Bungle Bungle ranges visitor numbers

I am in year 3 and I need to find out how many people go to the Bungle Bungle ranges every year. Could you please tell me how many or help me to find the answer?
Thank you.
Kind regards, Anna Marin

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Jul 04, 2008

by: Birgit

Hi Anna,

From www.unep-wcmc.org:

"In 1986 there were 2,350 visitors by land. By 1996 there were 14,500 visitors by land and some 40,000 by aerial tour. There are now about 20,000 ground-based visitors a year."

I am not sure how old the last number is, if "now" really means now. At the bottom of the document it says it was last revised in 2005...

Try to contact CALM or the visitor centre in the park itself. They may have more recent figures available.

Park Visitor Centre: (08) 9169 7300
Email the Kununurra CALM office
Or try the CALM head office: (08) 9334 0333

Hope that helps!

Aug 17, 2009
Purnululu Visitors
by: Anonymous

Hi there, the visitor numbers into Purnululu National Park for the 2008 season were around the 27,000. (Taken the Park is open for around six months.)

Aug 17, 2009
Purnululu Visitors
by: Birgit

That sounds about right. I remember reading that figure somewhere recently.
Thanks for the update!

Sep 18, 2019
Bungle Bungles
by: Anonymous

I am doing a science assessment and in year 7 and was wondering how many people have visited this year.

Aug 26, 2020
by: Anonymous

I was wondering how many people visit per year and how much money is made from tourism per year.
Kind regards,

Oct 27, 2020
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by: Anonymous

look it up

May 10, 2021
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by: Anonymous

I was wondering how much money is made a year at the Bungle Bungle Range national park?

Mar 03, 2022
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by: miley

Hey i ws wondering how many people has visited bule bugle in 2022?:)

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