Bungle Bungles

The Bungle Bungle Range is the landform that is the major component of the Purnululu National Park in Western Australia. Purnululu is the name given to the sandstone area by the Kija Aboriginal people. The range has elevations as high as 578 metres above sea level and is famous for it's unusual and visually striking stipes in alternating orange and grey bands. Take a walk between the domes and/or fly over them for an aerial view.
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Western Australia, East Kimberley, Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles). Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek, dawn.

East Kimberley~Purnululu National Park~Bungle Bungles~Layered sandstone domes beside Piccanniny Creek~Western Australia

Inside the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles, Western Australia.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿⊱Inside the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles, Western Australia.

Bungle Bungle Ranges (Purnululu), Western Australia

Flying over the Bungle Bungle Ranges (Purnululu), Western Australia - a wonderful experience

A little rocky place - The Bungle Bungles  Kimberly region of Western Australia

A little rocky place, The Bungle Bungles, Purnululu NP, Kimberley region, Western Australia

Echidna Chasm, Purnululu National Park in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

*AUSTRALIA ~ Echidna Chasm, Purnululu National Park in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

The Milky Way stretching over Australia's Bungle Bungles - Far north. Western Australia.

Marvel at the majestic Milky Way stretching over Australia's Bungle Bungles

Milky Way Over the Bungle Bungles Image Credit & Copyright: Mike Salway the beauty of the ancient domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in Western Australia. This beautiful panorama taken from the dark skies of Purnululu National Park.


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The Bungle Bungles are striped, rounded orange-and-black rock towers in the Purnululu National Park. Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Bungle Bungles are located within the rugged Kimberley region of western Australia, and beyond them remain Australia’s last unexplored lands, which are partially restricted Aboriginal country. The banding of the domes is caused by varying clay content and porosity in the sandstone layer  (images via: neilsphotography, david bush aus)

The Bungle Bungles are striped, rounded orange-and-black rock towers in the Purnululu National Park. Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Bungle Bungles are located within the rugged Kimberley region of western Australia, and beyond them remain Australia’s last unexplored lands, which are partially restricted Aboriginal country. The banding of the domes is caused by varying clay content and porosity in the sandstone layer (images via: neilsphotography, david bush aus)

The Bungle Bungles - 42deg the day we went to Cathederal Rock!

The Bungle Bungles - the day we went to Cathederal Rock!

Bungle Bungles, Western Australia. And yes, this is an accurate depiction of the colours!

Natural Rock Formations of Bungle Bungles and Dirt Road Leading to It, Purnululu NP,

Walking into the Bungle Bungles

Walking into the Bungle Bungles

Bungle Bungles

Bungle Bungles

Gorges along the Gibb River Road. I did a four wheel drive bus tour along this road a number of years ago staying in luxurious tented cabins. Best holiday I've ever had.

Gorges along the Gibb River Road. I did a four wheel drive bus tour along this road a number of years ago staying in luxurious tented cabins.

Little Aussie turtles Bell Gorge. I used to have a similar long necked one when I was a kid. They are so cute.

Little Aussie turtles Bell Gorge. I used to have a similar long necked one when I was a kid. They are so cute.

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Zebedee Springs El Questro homestead. So warm and relaxing after all that hiking.

So warm and relaxing after all that hiking.

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