The Bungle Bungles are one of the most popular features of Western Australia
. Located in Kimberly, World Heritage-listed Bungle Bungle are 300-metre tall sandstone domes covered in orange and black stripes, formed by weathering of the sandstone over the years. This sandstone domes are over 300 million years old and have been sacred to the Karjaganujaru people, the traditional owners of the land, since over 40,000 years.
Bungle Bungle was first viewed from the air by a documentary filmmaker, who then made them famous in the western world. Even today, the best way to view this labyrinth of colossal beehives in from the air, and Scenic gives you the choice to do just as part of the new Mystical Kimberley
itinerary which also includes a once-in-a-lifetime overnight stay amongst this iconic region.