Did you know that World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park was a secret from the outside world until 1983?
After being kept a secret for so long, the Purnululu National Park opened to visitors to experience the spectacular scenery it has to offer.
Today this maze of orange and black sandstone domes, known as the Bungle Bungle, rise 250m above the surrounding grasslands and are without a doubt one of Australia’s most fascinating land forms.
For four wheel drive enthusiasts, the area not only represents the chance to see this natural wonder of the world, but also a chance to test their driving skills. With it’s steep climbs, tight corners and dicey creek crossings Springs Creek Track is not for the fainthearted and a fully equipped vehicle is imperative.
For those wanting to stay the night, Purnululu has two camping options, one is located in the north – Kurrajong, and one is situated in the South – Walardi, of course both offer incredible views of this National Park.