Touring Australia: The Bungle Bungle Range
Date Posted:8 March 2022
2022 is looking good for travel in Australia! Are you planning a new adventure?
We’ve posted about Michelle and Darren’s awesome Australian adventure in the past and this month we’re sharing one of the amazing locations from their cross-country trek.
In the Purnululu National Park the World Heritage-listed Bungle Bungle Range is an exceptional sight to see. The dome structures seem like beehive mounds, just on a much, much larger scale.
The Purnululu National Park along with the Bungle Bungle Range is a mix of huge rocky domes, ancient palm trees, hidden gorges and picturesque watering holes. It’s remote yet beautiful and makes for a surreal landscape. There are also plenty of walking trails within the Bungle Bungle Range and also in the wider National Park, walks ranging from short strolls to full hikes and even an overnight trek.
Michelle and Darren stayed in the National Park. There are actually two campgrounds in the park, one at the southern end of the park and one at the northern end. To secure a campsite you’ll need to book online.
Keep in mind that access to Purnululu National Park is limited to 4WD vehicles with high-clearance and single-axle high-clearance camper trailers and caravans only.