The Bungle Bungle Range, listed as a world heritage, is located within Purnululu National Park in Western Australia's Kimberley region. The orange and black sandstone domes known as the Bungle Bungle are one of the most fascinating geological landmarks in the world, rising 300 meters above the grassy plains surrounding them. The turn-off to Purnululu National Park is about 250 km west of Kununurra and 108 km east of Halls Creek, traveling along the Great Northern Highway. As part of a guided tour, it is also possible to visit Purnululu National Park-choose from an extended 4WD tour through the Kimberley, or a shorter scenic flight trip, some with the option of landing inside the park. You may also find some of the 130 species of birds found here, as well as unique native animals including the nailtail wallaby and short-eared rock wallaby. Aboriginal Djaru and Gija are Purnululu National Park's custodians and most of their activities revolve around the Ord River and nearby waterholes.
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