gvallee Posted April 28, 2022 Share Posted April 28, 2022 Our trip to Purnululu (or Bungle Bungles) in Western Australia was out of this world. We were lucky that the 'road' had just been graded and wasn't too rocky. Creeks were numerous but low. Visitors were non existant. We did several hikes to local geological highlights and stayed up to watch the night sky. We're still under the spell. Here's how my beloved hubby's described it: "We let the tyres down, bubble-wrapped plates and dishes, and up we went to Purnululu (WA). The notorious 53km dirt and shockie busting road in is a panoramic delight, freshly graded, just like a baby's bottom with just a couple of pimple corrugations and all creeks passable for our bus. No crowding in the campground, just us by the dry creekbed. Next day is a dawn start to see the beehive strata and their carpets of spinifex bathed in golden light. Not a whisper of wind. The silence is punctuated with the crystal fluting calls of a butcherbird. Such an aura to this place." Some photos here, social media quality, not Alamy's. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10224784753479814&id=1642230603&sfnsn=mo https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10224784803881074&id=1642230603&sfnsn=mo 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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