This national park is situated in Western Australia, about 2054 km away from Perth, the closest cities are Kununurra and Halls Creek. You can access it via Spring Creek Track and it should be done in an SUV. The tour lasts for about 3 hours. The name comes from the Kija Purnululu (Australian Aboriginal groups). The landscape features a mixture of orange and gray colours, which are arranged in the shape of bands, orange iron oxide stems and the gray colour comes from certain bacteria that are found in the area. In this landscape you can find hives, these formations are the result of sedimentary rocks that have been beaten down by the effects of wind and precipitation over millions of years. There is also a rather striking circular feature that can be clearly seen from above and that resembles the shape of a crater of a meteorite currently called the Piccaninny crater.