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Bungle Bungle Range

Bungle Bungle Range

Western Australia

The Basics

The Bungle Bungles are more easily accessed by air than by vehicle, so many tours take place via helicopter or plane. Tours from Kununurra often fly over Bungle Bungles and land in the park to explore Domes Walk and see natural attractions such as Cathedral Gorge on foot. Alternatively, join an adventure tour or drive yourself into the park for a remote camping experience. Walks and hikes include Piccaninny Creek, Mini Palms, and Echidna Chasm.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Western Australia

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Impressive tour of the Bungle Bungle!
Toby_M, Jun 2021
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
A fantastic tour filled with amazing aerial and ground views of this unreal landscape, informative commentary throughout, high quality and environmentally friendly lunch and snacks, and we even saw a croc from the skies. Pilot Peter was full of knowledge and smooth landings, and guide Gabriel kept us laughing and learning. The team were always engaged and safety/guest comfort was a high priority. A very impressive tour, thanks guys!
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Awesome
Danielle_C, Sep 2021
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
Bucket list experience and so worth it! The whole experience and tour guides were fabulous takes Will (pilot) and guides Gabriel and Pete
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Amazing Experience should not be missed
Joseph_M, Jun 2021
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
The whole day was amazing from the flight crew Liam Reece and Michael to the tour guide Gabe. View over the Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle were something we will never forget Thank you for a wonderful tour
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Outstanding sightseeing tour
Anne_B, May 2021
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
Highlights were 1. The flight to and from with pilot Will - great views, and informative. commentary. And 2. Our on-the-ground guide Fred was extremely helpful, courteous and informative and knowledgeable. Fred guided us to Cathedral Gorge at the steady pace with plenty of rest and water breaks. Plus lunch was tasty and plenty of extra water available. I would highly recommend this tour and hope you get Will as the pilot and Fred as your on the ground guide.
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Wonderful Experience
Stephen_J, May 2021
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
Wow!!! Aviair are a very professional outfit with highly skilled pilots and staff. Could not fault the flight experience. Loved the view of Lake Argyle from the air. Fred the Frenchman was our tour guide who took us to Cathedral Gorge was very knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour. We included a 30 minute helicopter flight to top it off. The Bungle Bungles occupies 450 square kilometres and the view from the helicopter was unforgettable. The flight back took us over the now closed Argyle diamond mine and saw the various crops of mango and sandlewood plantations. Would not have missed this experience for the world.
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This was an unforgettable day out...
Kathleen P, Sep 2017
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
This was an unforgettable day out, with excellent tour guides who were passionate about the region and had loads of information to share.
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Thoroughly enjoyable trip. Flight...
PAULA S, Aug 2017
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
Thoroughly enjoyable trip. Flight over the Bungle Bungles and a walk through the beehive shaped rocks for lunch in Cathedral gorge, Great guide and pilots.
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A must do! Bungle Bungles are awesome...
Martyn C, Jul 2017
Bungle Bungle Scenic Flights, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk
A must do! Bungle Bungles are awesome, Cathedral Gorge majestic...Heli ride awesome....

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Bungle Bungles are ideal for geology buffs and those looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience.

  • If staying at one of the two campgrounds, you must bring in all your food and water.

  • Entering the park requires a 4-wheel-drive vehicle to access the rugged track.

  • There is a visitor center and ranger station at the park entrance, where a per-vehicle fee is charged.

  • Bring plenty of sun protection and water to stay hydrated.

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How to Get There

The turnoff to Bungle Bungles is 150 miles (250 kilometers) south of Kununurra along Great Northern Highway, a 2.5- to 3-hour drive. After turning onto the 4WD-only Spring Creek Track, it’s another 33 miles (53 kilometers) to reach the park entrance. Give yourself plenty of time, as you don’t want to rush along the rough, unpaved road.

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When to Get There

The park and visitor center are open during the dry season only—typically April to October or November. During wet months, the park can only be seen from the air. May offers the best scenery and weather, as long as the rains have ended. The peak visitor season is June to August, the coolest months.

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Aboriginal Heritage

For a fuller appreciation of the Bungle Bungles, tap into the park’s Aboriginal history and significance by taking a tour with an Aboriginal guide. It is believed that Aboriginal people have lived here for tens of thousands of years, and the park contains ancient rock art, burial sites, and other remnants of indigenous Australian life. Tours with an indigenous guide provide a chance to learn about local customs, native plant life, and more.

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