EKA1 – Bungle Bungle Overnight Experience (One Night, One Guided Walk)
- Aviair scenic flight from Kununurra and return
- Domes and Cathedral Gorge Guided Walk
- One night dinner, bed and breakfast package at Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge
This tour begins with a scenic flight departing Kununurra, which gives views of the magnificent Ord River and Lake Argyle as well as Lissadell Station, Texas Downs Station, the rugged Osmand Ranges, and, of course, a picturesque circuit over the Bungle Bungle Range. We partner with Aviair, who operates Kununurra’s newest and only fully air-conditioned fleet of aircraft.
After disembarking, you will follow your guide on a walking tour of the spectacular beehive-shaped domes, and a walk into the mesmerising Cathedral Gorge. Whilst at Cathedral Gorge, you can enjoy a picnic lunch whilst surrounded by towering cliffs.
After a day of exploring, enjoy a refreshing dip in our pool or a drink at our Bungles Bar. Why not wander up to our sunset spot to watch the afternoon sun light up the rocky ranges or simply relax in the comfort of your private cabin.
A fresh, chef-prepared dinner is served around 6pm and can be eaten either inside the Lodge dining room, or under the stars in an alfresco dining area featuring an open outdoor fire pit. Don’t forget to look up and take in the sparkling night sky which offers uninterrupted views of the Milky Way Galaxy, Southern Cross and much more.
In the morning, enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the Lodge before returning to Kununurra on a flight that offers magnificent views of the Argyle Diamond Mine, Ragged Ranges and Carr Boyd Ranges.
9am (pick up 8.15am) Kununurra (April-August)
6am (pick up 5.15am) Kununurra (September)
Return approx 8am on the morning of day two
Walk Cathedral Gorge – a moderate level of fitness and mobility is required
A moderate 3km walk passing over rock ledges, waterholes and eroded potholes before coming to an incredible natural amphitheatre carved out of the sandstone dome walls.
Walk the Domes
Easy 1km, 1hour circuit walk amongst the famous ‘beehive’ domes of Purnululu National Park.
Things to Bring
Please bring a hat, sturdy enclosed walking shoes (no leather soles), sunscreen and light sun protective clothing, day pack, torch, water bottle, toiletries, camera and chargers, medication (if required), warm clothing for cool evenings and bathers for the pool — all in a small, soft carry bag weighing no more than 8kgs.
Park entry/license fees.
$1,535 per person (twin share)
Child (12 years and under)
$1,295 per person (Twin share)
Additional $165 per night