magnificence of the Bungle Bungle Range is all the more remarkable during the
different seasonal changes such as the colour transition that follows rain. The
intricate maze of eroded sandstone towers is accentuated by the narrow, sheer
gorges that soar up to 250 metres high, and lined with Livistona fan palms. The
resulting waterfalls and pools with evocative names such as Echidna Chasm, Frog
Hole, Cathedral Gorges and Piccaninny provide a unique experience for visitors.
The turn-off to the park is 250 km south of Kununurra or 109 km north of Halls
Creek.. The park access road is accessible only by 4WD vehicles.
There are camp sites at Walardi or Kurrajong Camp, both sites have toilets and
water. Petrol and supplies are available from Turkey Creek on the Great Northern
Source: NatureBase, Department of Conservation and Land Management
- now the Department
of Environment and Conservation (DEC)
For further information visit the CALM website or contact the