Bungle Bungles, one of the most famous areas which always attract the bold hikers and enthusiastic car drive is in the northeastern Western Australia features spectacular rounded rock towers alternately striped in orange and black. It is actually a national park and is popularly known by its native name Purnululu which means sandstone. Announced as a world heritage site in 1987, Bungle Bungles National Park is famous for its astonishing sandstone domes, unusual and visually striking with their striping in alternating orange and grey bands.
Consecutively striped in orange and black, the curved rock towers which climb from the base of Piccaninny Gorge always appeals visitors towards the Bungle Bungles National Park. These Bungle Bungles rock structures seem to be glimmering weirdly in medium light especially in the period between daylight and night that gives you a sensational feel like they are disclosing all the hidden mysteries of its centuries past to the world.