What happens when you combine unique rock formations, a geologist, photographer and perfect weather… well… No surprises that Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles) were always going to be a highlight of our trip to WA. The best way to appreciate the scale of the formation was from the air and then a day trip on the ground to explore the rocks up close. The ‘beehive’ formations are what most people would think of as soon as you mention Bungle Bungle Range, but I was amazed to discover that was just part of the big picture. Loved every minute of it!
The Halls Creek Fault is one of earth’s longest geological structures, adding a striking impression on the landscape.
The first sight of the Bungle Bungle Range!
The camp ground near the highway exit to Purnululu NP.
The walking track to Piccaninny Lookout.
Not a bad backdrop for an outdoor loo!
Steve has been challenging me to beat his pano shots with his phone!
The cloudy skies added a beautiful sunset to finish an incredible day.