Another incredible day today. It started early with a 5am wake up to be at the airfield by 5:30 to board our planes for a 2hr scenic flight over Lake Argyle and The Bungle Bungles. Smallest plane ever, it had seven seats and we all had to wear headsets to hear the pilot talking. The sunrise was amazing and flying over the massive lake was spectacular. It took a while to get to The Bungle Bungles but when we did, wow what a sight! The sandstone formations and deep gorges were unbelievable. On our way back we flew over the Argyle Diamond Mine which was impressive, and a few unusual mountain ranges. After our flight and some brekky we did some grocery shopping then all took a drive to Lake Argyle, which was picturesque. We visited the caravan park and had a swim in their ridiculous infinity pool which is on a cliff overlooking the lake. After a swim we stopped for a picnic lunch near the dam wall, where we saw a crocodile swimming downstream. After lunch we took another dip in the pool and then drive back to camp. After some showers and lazing around we headed to the local footy ground to watch the region grand final between the Ringer Sote Cats and the Ord River Magpies. The crowd was even more entertaining than the footy game, as we sat with the Cats supporters who were all from the Aboriginal community and were swearing and yelling at the umpires, walking on the field and having punch ons between themselves. Three of us slipped through a gate into the bar area but the others didn't get through, and we found ourselves locked in an enclosure which seemed to be for the white magpies fans. We asked to leave and got denied and started to get a little concerned we were stuck somewhere we didn't want to be. We finally found a gate to slip through and made our way back to the Cats bench area where we chatted with one of the mothers of a player who was very proud of her son and kept yelling obscenities at the umpires. As the game drew towards a close, we grabbed some Chinese takeaway and ate back at camp before crashing.