When scenic views count, the best way to see Purnululu National Park is from the air. The park’s Bungle Bungle Range is spectacular as you fly over bee-hived shaped karst sandstone formations that are marked with orange and black stripes. FYI, Bungle Bungle is an aboriginal name that means “sandstone.” These sandstone formations are some of the most extensive in the world. Western Australia’s Purnululu is a great place for hiking; campers need to bring food as none is available within the park. Because of the rough but scenic terrain, some parts of the park are accessible only with 4WD vehicles.