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Bungle Bungle Range Tours

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Bungle Bungle Range
In the northeastern corner of Western Australia, the Bungle Bungle Range is a top natural feature in Purnululu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beehive-shaped striped sandstone domes for which the area is now famous were known only to the local Aboriginal people until they were “discovered” by a film crew in the 1980s.
 
The Basics
The Bungle Bungles are more easily accessed by air than by vehicle, so many tours take place via helicopter or plane. Tours from Kununurra often fly over Bungle Bungles and land in the park to explore Domes Walk and see natural attractions such as Cathedral Gorge on foot. Alternatively, join an adventure tour or drive yourself into the park for a remote camping experience. Walks and hikes include Piccaninny Creek, Mini Palms, and Echidna Chasm.
 
Things to Know Before You Go
  • The Bungle Bungles are ideal for geology buffs and those looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience.
  • If staying at one of the two campgrounds, you must bring in all your food and water.
  • Entering the park requires a 4-wheel-drive vehicle to access the rugged track.
  • There is a visitor center and ranger station at the park entrance, where a per-vehicle fee is charged.
  • Bring plenty of sun protection and water to stay hydrated.  

How to Get There
The turnoff to Bungle Bungles is 150 miles (250 kilometers) south of Kununurra along Great Northern Highway, a 2.5- to 3-hour drive. After turning onto the 4WD-only Spring Creek Track, it’s another 33 miles (53 kilometers) to reach the park entrance. Give yourself plenty of time, as you don’t want to rush along the rough, unpaved road.
 
When to Get There
The park and visitor center are open during the dry season only—typically April to October or November. During wet months, the park can only be seen from the air. May offers the best scenery and weather, as long as the rains have ended. The peak visitor season is June to August, the coolest months.
 
Aboriginal Heritage
For a fuller appreciation of the Bungle Bungles, tap into the park’s Aboriginal history and significance by taking a tour with an Aboriginal guide. It is believed that Aboriginal people have lived here for tens of thousands of years, and the park contains ancient rock art, burial sites, and other remnants of indigenous Australian life. Tours with an indigenous guide provide a chance to learn about local customs, native plant life, and more.
Address: Western Australia, Australia
Admission: Varies
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5 Day Broome to the BunglesMulti-day Tours

5 Day Broome to the Bungles

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Skip driving, slow down, and really experience the Kimberley wilderness on this five-day guided tour from Broome to the Bungle Bungles. Camp and dine under the stars, cruise and hike through gorges, swim in waterholes, explore caves and rock art, search for freshwater crocodiles, and admire some of the world's most interesting landscapes at the Bungle Bungles. Includes four nights' accommodation, meals, and national park fees.
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Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge WalkDay Trips

Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk

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Experience the natural wonders of the UNESCO-listed Purnululu National Park from different perspectives on this full-day tour from Kununurra. Soar over the dramatic beehive rocks of the Bungle Bungle range on a scenic small plane flight and enjoy unbeatable aerial views of Lake Argyle and the Argyle Diamond Mine. Next, hop on-board a 4WD to explore the park from the ground; take a short hike through Piccaninny Creek and Cathedral Gorge; and tuck into a delicious picnic lunch (included). For the ultimate views, upgrade to include a thrilling 30-minute helicopter ride.
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  • 8 hours
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12 Day Wild Kimberley LoopMulti-day Tours

12 Day Wild Kimberley Loop

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Venture off-road and explore the wild landscapes, UNESCO-listed landmarks, and national parks of Western Australia’s Kimberley region on this epic 12-day tour. Drive the famous Gibb River Road, enjoy wildlife-watching in the Windjana Gorge, trek through the El Questro Wilderness Park, and visit natural wonders including Bell Gorge, Lake Argyle, Bungle Bungles, and Geikie Gorge.
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  • 12 days
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9 Day Broome to Darwin AdventureMulti-day Tours

9 Day Broome to Darwin Adventure

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Rather than driving or taking a bus from Broome to Darwin, get up close to the landscape by hiking and camping your way there. This 9-day adventure allows you the time to really soak up the atmosphere as you camp at private wilderness camps, including one on a private island; swim in creeks and rivers, explore gorges, jump off waterfalls, and visit hidden Aboriginal art galleries. Includes all camping equipment (except sleeping bags) and fees, as well as food.
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2 nights at the Bungles Lodge with Northern and Southern GorgeNature and Wildlife

2 nights at the Bungles Lodge with Northern and Southern Gorge

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The ultimate Bungle Bungles experience with an exhilarating scenic flight, private ground tour, accommodation and gourmet meals at the Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge. Includes visit to ALL gorges.
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  • 3 days
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Bungles Daily Walking Tour ex PurnululuDay Trips

Bungles Daily Walking Tour ex Purnululu

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We meet at the airstrip gate at 10am, for some fresh damper and tea before heading off on our walking tours. Journey through the ancient rock formations of the UNESCO listed Bungle Bungles with one of our Gija guides, who are Custodians of the country you are visiting. Our guides share incredible knowledge of the geological and dreamtime history of the national park, as well as teaching guests about the local bush tucker and medicines found along the walk. When you reach Cathedral Gorge, relax and be enchanted by your guides singing the song lines of the area that have been passed down to her through generations of their families. There is nothing quite like this tour experience!
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  • 6 to 7 hours
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13-Day Kimberley Walking Tour Including Spectacular Gorges the Gibb River Road and the Bungle BunglesNature and Wildlife

13-Day Kimberley Walking Tour Including Spectacular Gorges the Gibb River Road and the Bungle Bungles

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If you’ve always wanted to visit the Kimberley in WA, and if you’re interested in walking and swimming, rather than sitting on buses all day, this Kimberley tour is for you. This tour allows you to go where other tourists can’t and explore the gorges, swimming holes, waterfalls and vistas of this magnificent landscape. This itinerary has been designed to give you the best of the Kimberley including the Gibb River Road gorges, El Questro Wilderness Park and Purnululu National Park (the Bungle Bungles) – without rushing. Take your time to walk, swim, relax, and soak up the surrounding beauty each day – while still seeing so many extraordinary places. 
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  • 13 days
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Bungle Bungle ExplorerDay Trips

Bungle Bungle Explorer

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Departing Broome flying over the beautiful turquoise waters of Roebuck Bay, the Fitzroy River, Fitzroy Crossing township and Geikie Gorge. Enjoy refreshments at Halls Creek. Fly around the Bungle Bungle Massif, before landing at the Bellburn airstrip. On arrival, your local Gija tour guide from Kingfisher Tours, will welcome you to country, enjoy fresh damper, before travelling to the beehives in an air-conditioned 4WD bus with stops along the way for spectacular photo opportunities. Enjoy a moderate 3km guided walk amongst the famous black and orange banded beehive structures on the domes walk. Enjoy a walk into the awe-inspiring Cathedral Gorge and then the Lookout. A light pack is provided with your drinks and lunch to be enjoyed in Cathedral Gorge, whilst your Gija guide sings the ancient songs of her country. There is time for a beer or wine before the scenic flight back to Broome. On your flight to Broome, fly over the King Leopold Ranges, Devonian Reef and Windjana Gorge.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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