Purnululu is a National Park covering 2,39,723 hectares of land. It is located in East Kimberly, in Western Australia. The Purnululu National Park was established in 1987.
Why it is special: The National Park is home to the Bungle Bungle Range, a collection of 250 metres high karst sandstone clustered together like beehives. Weathering has resulted in giving these sandstones black and orange-banded appearance. The karst has eroded gradually over the last 20 million years enhancing the beauty and geological interest of these sandstones.