Bungle Bungles Accommodation

One of the world’s most fascinating geological landmarks, the orange and black sandstone domes, known as the Bungle Bungles, rise 300 metres above the grass-covered plain of Purnululu National Park in northern Western Australia.

Open from April until November (weather permitting), the park is accessible by four-wheel drive or air.  From Kununurra the journey to the Bungle Bungles and Purnululu National Park takes you along 200 kilometres of sealed road then 50 kilometres of unsealed road. From Halls Creek, you travel along 100 kilometres of sealed road followed by 50 kilometres of unsealed road.

Purnululu National Park has a visitor centre and two general camping areas with toilets, showers and limited water. Camp fees apply and access to fuel, water, food and other supplies is very limited.

If you prefer creature comforts we can arrange your accommodation at either of the two wilderness lodges located in the heart of the Bungle Bungles – and close to the airstrip for those travellers who self-fly.

You will require a Department of Parks and Wildlife Park Pass to enter Purnululu National Park.  Click here for more information.

Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge

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Description:
Superior ensuite safari cabins
Itinerary:
Dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation
Dates:
April-October

Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge

Bungle Bungle Bush Camp dining area
Description:
Standard Ensuite Cabin
Itinerary:
Dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation
Dates:
April-October

Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge

Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge 2
Description:
Ensuited safari tents
Itinerary:
Dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation
Dates:
May - September

Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge

BBQ area self catering
Description:
Cook your own meals
Itinerary:
Self-catering accommodation
Dates:
April to October