No place like the Bungles on Earth!

by Serge&Sofie

View from the Bungles Window Outlook

View from the Bungles Window Outlook

We were in the Bungle Bungles in September 06. Almost just the two of us were there. This picture is taken out of the Window Outlook in the Bungles park, around 4pm in the afternoon.

The light was great, the silence awesome and the view... Just amazing!! This is one of the very moments in our life when we had this feeling of being surrounded by something much bigger than ourselves. A true connection with our spirituality!


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Also by Serge:
Getting On Piccaninny Creek...
Camping In The Bungles

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Aug 16, 2007
September Is A Good Time
by: Birgit

Hi Serge! You picked the right time. I think September is a really good time to visit the Kimberleys. As soon as those first warmer days hit most of the tourists clear out and you have the place to yourself again!(Though the Bungles of course get VERY hot during the days then...)
To be able to have the Bungles nearly all to yourself is something special. It does make it a very spiritual experience...

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