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How was the bungle bungle range formed?

About 375-350 million years ago during the Devonian period, sandstone and conglomerates were deposited in the Ord Basin to create a plateau. Over the last 20 million years the (MORE)

What are the Bungle bungles?

The Bungle Bungles are a series of striped, dome-shaped rock formations located in the eastern Kimberley region of northern Western Australia. The horizontal stripes of the (MORE)

What are the Bungle Bungles made of?

The Bungle Bungles, a fascinating range in northwest Australia, are a mixture of sedimentary rock and clay. They are distinctively orange and black striped, and the darker str (MORE)

Are the Bungle Bungles sacred land?

Yes. The Bungle Bungles lie within the world heritage-listed Purnululu National Park, and contain many sacred aboriginal sites.
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What does the bungle bungles mean in aboriginal?

The meaning of the name "Bungle Bungle" is uncertain, and it is not even certain whether the word is aboriginal in origin. The name could either be derived from the aborigin (MORE)

Who were the Bungle Bungles built by?

The Bungle Bungles were not built by anyone. They are a natural land formation in northwest Western Australia, and the result of thousands of years of wind and rain erosion.
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