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Book flights to Pumululu National Park

Experience for yourself in the untouched beauty of Pumululu National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a testament to nature's grandeur, with its diverse landscape of rugged ranges, yawning gorges, and verdant vegetation. The park is a wonderland for wildlife enthusiasts, with its rich biodiversity offering glimpses of unique species. Experience the magic of the changing colours of the park as the sun sets, painting the sky with hues of orange and pink. Pumululu National Park is not just a destination, but an unforgettable journey into the heart of Australia's wilderness.

Your journey to Pumululu National Park is just a few clicks away with Alternative Airlines. Flights to Pumululu National Park are readily available at Alternative Airlines - this is because we ticket over 600 airlines and also offer more than 40 different ways to pay for your flights. Use our search form at the top of the page to begin your search for flights to Pumululu National Park today.

Airports near Pumululu National Park

There are multiple ways to reach Pumululu National Park - here are 4 airports you can use to get to Pumululu National Park.

Cairns Airport

Located approximately 400 kilometres (250 miles) northeast of Pumululu National Park, Cairns Airport is the closest international airport. It offers direct flights from major cities in Australia, as well as international flights from destinations such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan.


Townsville Airport

Situated around 500 kilometres (310 miles) southeast of Pumululu National Park, Townsville Airport is another regional airport option. It provides domestic flights from major Australian cities like Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.


Darwin International Airport

Although a bit further away, Darwin International Airport is an international airport located approximately 1,800 kilometres (1,120 miles) northwest of Pumululu National Park. It offers direct flights from various Australian cities, as well as international flights from destinations such as Bali, Singapore, and Manila.


Alice Springs Airport

If you prefer a connecting flight to a more local airport, Alice Springs Airport is a suitable option. It is situated around 1,000 kilometres (620 miles) southwest of Pumululu National Park and provides domestic flights from major Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. From Alice Springs, you can then drive to Pumululu National Park, which is approximately a 10-hour drive.

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Buy your flights to Pumululu National Park and pay later

If you'd like to easily manage your travel expenses and don't want to pay the full cost of your flights to Pumululu National Park upfront, why not consider using Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) payment methods at Alternative Airlines?

With BNPL plans, you can divide the cost of your tickets to Pumululu National Park into smaller, more manageable chunks that can be paid back over time. There's usually no interest involved, however, it's wise to check with the lending provider beforehand.

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Things to do in Pumululu National Park

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Bungle Bungle Range

The most iconic attraction of Purnululu National Park, the Bungle Bungle Range is a stunning geological formation that dates back 350 million years. These beehive-shaped towers, striped with orange and black bands, are a testament to nature's artistic prowess. The range is best viewed from a helicopter tour, offering a breathtaking aerial perspective of this natural wonder.

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Cathedral Gorge

A natural amphitheatre carved out of the Bungle Bungle Range, Cathedral Gorge is a must-visit for its unique acoustics and awe-inspiring views. The towering walls of the gorge create a serene and secluded environment, perfect for quiet contemplation. The pool at the base of the gorge, reflecting the towering walls above, offers a stunning photo opportunity.

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Echidna Chasm

This narrow, deep chasm is a testament to the power of erosion. The walk to Echidna Chasm is an adventure in itself, with a path winding through palm groves and over boulders. The chasm is most magical in the midday sun, when the light filters down through the narrow opening, illuminating the chasm walls in a vibrant array of colours.