TOUR CODE: HCLA So famous is Australia’s Bungle Bungle range, they hardly need an introduction, but suffice to say there is no better way to see them than from the air. Learn about the many other wonders, as your experienced pilot takes you over this ancient and amazing Australian landscape. Departing Halls Creek your flight heads Northward, crossing the Panton River. On approach to Alice Downs Homestead, the concentric rings of the McIntosh Hills can be seen to the northwest, this remote landscape can only truly be appreciated from the air. Soon the awe-inspiring Bungle Bungle Ranges will come into view. As you circle around beehive-like structures a world of hidden gorges and pools will be revealed. Leaving the Bungle Bungle circuit, your flight takes you towards Kununurra, over the world famous Argyle Diamond mine leading to Lake Argyle itself, where you will circle around this stunning landmark and make your over the Ord River and Panton entry. Entering the Bungle Bungle circuit once again the spectacular postcard Beehive domes of the Bungles come into view, which leads into the Elvire, Panton and Ord Rivers all join up and carve a single path across the landscape to empty into Lake Argyle. The flight wings South following the Albert Edward and Elvire Range. Before landing back in Halls Creek your scenic flight will also showcase China Wall — a lengthy vein of exposed Quartz, which appears to divide the Old Halls Creek Township and present day Halls Creek.