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Halls Creek Scenic

 

Bungle Bungles ex Halls Creek

Code: HCB

Both BungleDeparting 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. These hills can only be appreciated from the air.

Confirmation Rates
2 pax $580pp
3 pax $395pp
4-5 pax $300pp

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Bungle Bungle Scenic and Ground tour option

Code: HCBG

Option not available from 1 October to 31 March

Confirmation Rates 1/4/2017 to 30/9/2017
2 pax $990pp
3 pax $800pp
4-5 pax $700pp

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Wolfe Creek Crater ex Halls Creek

Code: HCWC

01. Halls Creek - volo - Wolf Creek CraterDeparting Halls Creek your flight heads south crossing the edge of the Albert Edward Range. Much of the rugged terrain below is part of extensive and active pastoral properties. The hills have also been a source of golden dreams to pioneers and prospectors from days gone by.

Confirmation Rates
2 pax $540pp
3 pax $365pp
4-5 pax $280pp

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Wolfe Creek Crater / Bungle Bungle ex Halls Creek

Code: HCBC

Kimberley Trip - Wolf Creek CraterCombine the spectacle that is Wolfe Creek Crater and the awesome Bungle Bungle! Departing Halls Creek your flight heads south crossing the edge of the Albert Edward Range. Much of the rugged terrain below is part of extensive and active pastoral properties. The hills have also been a source of golden dreams to pioneers and prospectors from days gone by.

Confirmation Rates
2 pax $935pp
3 pax $630pp
4-5 pax $475pp

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Bungle Bungle / Lake Argyle ex Halls Creek

Code: HCLA

Pink DiamondsA tour showcasing 3 of the East Kimberley’s best known icons. Departing Halls Creek your flight heads North towards the geological anomaly that is Macintosh Hills. The flight wings east and with camera trigger ready you conduct an aerial circuit of Bungle Bungles before continuing onto the East Kimberley’s gem, Argyle Diamond mine. The life of this mine is nearing its end, however demand for Pink Diamonds still dictates the need to mine. Much of the land below is vast acreages of pastoral property, which is seeing a boom in investment interest from Australia’s wealthiest e.g. Gina Reinharts’ purchase of Moola Bulla Station in November 2014. Your flight bursts to life as you scoot the shores and sunken islands of Lake Argyle with its erupting flocks of birds and the occasional basking crocodile. Your northern tuning point is the Diversion Dam where you flight then tracks the eastern shore of Lake Argyle before returning to Halls Creek.

Confirmation Rates
2 pax $975pp
3 pax $655pp
4-5 pax $495pp

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