We will be travelling down from El Questro to Halls Creek and then the Tanami down to Alice in July. Would 2 nights camping in the Bungles (say, a day in full there) allow us time to see and walk?
Plans originally were to bypass them and take a helicopter flight from Halls Creek, but I'm keen to see it from ground level. But is a day enough? Also, some of our team are not big walkers. So would the detour for them be worthwhile?
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