Bungle Beauties 2013
by Christine Curran
After doing the Gibb River Road, on the way back to Kununurra to collect our caravan, we stopped at Halls Creek to get a permit for camping in the Bungles NP campground. The drive into the campground is pretty ordinary in places but as at the Mitchell Plateau the scenery makes up for that. The campsites are all individually marked and each block has toilet facilities, firepits and table and seat.
We took the sunset walk up to the watertower hill and it was truly a memorable moment, the colours across the Range varied so much while the sun set.
The walks can take a long time depending on how often you stop and look around. We took our time and really appreciated the environment we were in. A photographer's paradise. As with all holidays we ran out of time before we could see it all, but that only means you can come back another time. Much better than flying over them.
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