Tour the Bungle Bungles and Purnululu National Park
You can’t talk about a trip to the Kimberley without thinking of the Bungle Bungles! The distinctive mountain range with its beehive domes has become an icon of the Kimberley region and a core trait of the landscape – you can’t miss a visit during your trip to the Kimberley!
The Bungle Bungles are located within the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park. The park is off the Great Northern Highway between Halls Creek and Warmun in the east section of the Kimberley region. There are a number of sites worth seeing in the park, including the Echidna Chasm and the Piccaninny Gorge.
When to visit Purnululu & the Bungle Bungles: Beware closure dates!
The Purnululu National Park is quite young as national parks go – established in 1987 – and while the infrastructure in the area has made it easier to access in recent years, the park gets difficult to access in the wet season (November to March) due to weather conditions and road closures and so closes during those months. Therefore we can only offer Bungle Bungle tours between April and October – so book early to secure your dates! Alternatively, if you do visit during the wet season it is possible to take a scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle range.
Bungle Bungle Day Tours
Our extended tours taking in the Bungle Bungle Range and Purnululu National Park are listed below, but if you’d like to see some day tours to the Bungle Bungles departing from nearby Kununurra, you can find those under our Kununurra Day Tours section of the website here. There is also the option to overnight in the park – so why not take the time and stay in one of the tented cabins and spend time in one of the most spectacular National Parks in the Kimberley.