Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle) Hema Regional Map
Purnululu National Park is one of the natural highlights of Western Australia. If you didn’t already know, this park is home to the Bungle Bungle range with its sandstone beehive towers and cones, etched out by millions of years of erosion. What's left behind really is a spectacular sight, and it's an ideal destination for a 4x4 excursion. In fact unless you're happy to pay for a helicopter a 4x4 is the only way to get there, and even then only in the dry season. Once you get there you'll find some of the most rugged and exciting tracks in Australia, so get packed up and have some fun!
To get the most out of a trip to Purnululu you should invest in this Hema map. It covers the park from Halls Creek to Wyndham and gives you outstanding detail of the roads and tracks. Most routes have been GPS surveyed for this new edition and they're also clearly marked up with distances. 4x4 and walking trails are also clearly shown and the usual Hema symbols highlight fuel stops, camping areas and points of interest. The back side is loaded with information including park facilities info, contact details and the history of the region, as well as plenty of great photos.
Size: 140 x 250 x 4 mm