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Bungle Bungle Wanderer Purnululu National Park, Western Australia

There's a bit of everything on this one.

The Bungle Bungles are a bunch of gigantic domed rocks will make you feel like you're on another planet.

This 11 hour exploration of the Bungles takes place on foot, on four wheels and up in the air.

There's a walk through these ancient beasts that give you an appreciation for their size and age. You'll also careen through the Purnululu National Park until you get to the Echidna Chasm. Chasm is right, at least initially - it's a giant space which narrows and narrows until it is just two shoulders width apart. The orange towering walls of the chasm look as if they are lit from within when looking upward.

But the best way to see outback Australia is from above; a scenic flight at the start of the day takes in some of Western Australia's very very (very) best.

And if you've been anywhere else in Western Australia, you'll know that that's pretty bloody good.

Go into the bungle.


Tags: australia, scenic flight, western australia

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