December 26, 2012

Bungle Bungle Range, Australia

Photograph by Sam Abell, National Geographic

The banded sandstone peaks of Western Australia’s Bungle Bungle Range, located within remote Purnululu National Park, were formed by millions of years of erosion. One of Australia’s most distinctive geological landmarks, the range is home to vast gorges, rock pools, rare native wildlife, and Aboriginal rock art.

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