Yesterday, the 20th, I went on a four wheel tour of the Purnululu NP. It was called the Bungle Bungles after the name of the station is was located on, but with respect for my niece in law who is one of the Aboriginal people who call this area her spirit home, I will refer to it as Purnululu. The road in is absolutely terrible with several creek crossings, so I am glad I did not attempt the 53 km drive in my RAV. The Park is very different each end. The southern end has the iconic domes structured rocks with the variegated rings.
In the afternoon, we went t the Northern end of the Park and here the spinifex grasses cushioned the slopes of the ranges with soft, silver pillows. The ranges were very high and cut with fingers of chasms. I visited Echidna Chasm. Cockatoo was chasing Echidna and he buried himself in the mountain but not before Cockatoo pulled some of his quills out which are the Palms in this gorge, you can see today.