Kurrajong Campground Trail, Purnululu NP


This marked walk trail starts from the Kurrajong campground at the northern end of the park. This short 1.2km return trail gives you an idea of the different vegetation types in the Park.

Kurrajong trail

Markers lead up the escarpment

Photo Credit: Pelusey Photography

About the Trail

The vast plains feature typical Kimberley savannah woodland. The bright yellow flowers of the kapok stand out during the dry season. There are trailside interpretive signs of the various plant communities found in the area.

The trail gently goes up a limestone ridge with excellent views to the Bungle Bungle Range. The range was formed some 350 million years ago during the Devonian period. As it is close to the campground, the view from here is easily accessible to photographers looking for sunset shots.    

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