Purnululu Information Bay

The information bay is located at the start of the Spring Creek track turn off from the Great Northern Highway.


Echidna in the north of the park is the starting point for Osmand Lookout, Echidna Chasm, and the northern end of the Escarpment trail.

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Purnululu Visitor Centre

The visitor centre provides information on the park and what you can do and see, refreshments and souvenirs.

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Piccaninny Creek Area

A place of interaction between water, wind, sandstone and time.  

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Bloodwoods has a shaded picnic area and is the trailhead for the Mini Palms walk.

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Kungkalanayi Lookout

Lookout with panoramic 360 degree views of the western escarpment of the Bungle Bungle Range.

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Bellburn Airstrip

Experience the scale and majesty of the Bungle Bungle Range by taking a light plane or helicopter flight over this amazing 360 million year old rock formation.

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Follow this trail and learn how aboriginal people used the vegetation in the area. 

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Piccaninny Creek Lookout

Bush Walk
2.8 kilometres

The 2.8km return trail to the Piccaninny Creek Lookout at Purnululu National Park gives you an impressive overall view.  Walking to the lookout involves a reasonably easy walk negotiating the stony creek bed of Piccaninny Creek.

The Domes

Bush Walk
700 metres

The Domes walk is only 700 metres return and packed with the famous ‘beehive’ domes. The trail is ideal for people who are not into hiking but want to get an insight into this unique landscape. The Bungle Bungle range is around 360 million years old.

Cathedral Gorge

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The walk to Cathedral Gorge is 2km return.  It has an astonishing natural amphitheatre of red rock located within the Bungle Bungle Ranges in Purnululu National Park. The unusual bee hive striped formations and deep gorges make it one of the most fascinating geological landmarks and one of two World Heritage sites in Western Australia.

Echidna Chasm

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

The Echidna Chasm walk trail is 2 kilometres return from the carpark and has steep-sided gorge walls up to 200 metres high and barely a metre wide in places.  It features prehistoric Livistona palms and gorge walls exhibiting extraordinary colours.

Kurrajong Campground Trail

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

This marked walk trail starts from the Kurrajong campground at the northern end of the park. This short 1.2km return trail gives you an idea of the different vegetation types in the Park.

Mini Palms

Bush Walk
4.4 kilometres

The Mini Palms Gorge Trail is 4.4km return from the Bloodwood carpark. There are steep slopes, narrow edges and large boulders to climb over, under or squeeze between. Climb the stairs to reach two viewing platforms which are surrounded by Livistona palms.

Camping and Accommodation

Accommodation Lodges at Bellburn

Glamping in Purnululu National Park. 

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Walardi Campground

Walardi campground is situated towards the south of Purnululu National Park and is 12km from the visitor centre. 

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Kurrajong Campground - Purnululu

Kurrajong Campground is the best spot to camp to explore Echidna Chasm and Mini Palms Gorge.

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Maps and brochures