About this park
The Purnululu National Park is World Heritage Listed and for good reason!
Check out the 350-million-year-old, striped sandstone domes of the Bungle Bungle Range from ground level or in the air - drones are not permitted in the park, but a helicopter or light plane tour is an awesome photo opportunity.
Wander along ancient creek beds and through striking gorges that transform into a golden paradise late in the day.
Load up the four-wheel drive and visit in the dry season during April to November and camp at one of the campgrounds in the park.
Review - Truly remarkable
This should be on your bucket list… If you come, make sure that you stay for a few days and try to include a chopper flight as well as a walk to Echidna Chasm and Cathedral Gorge. I am sure that there is even more to do here.” CorvettePete - Trip Advisor.
This park is remote with limited available supplies and untreated bore water. Visitors must carry in all water, food, fuel and other supplies.
In September to December the temperature can reach at least 40°C, with the possibility of thunderstorms, strong hot winds and rain. Most of the trails in the park are exposed to the sun with little shade and daily temperatures can increase to 50°C or more.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Purnululu National Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Gija and Jaru people as the traditional owners of Purnululu National Park.