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... National at Conto Beach site. A lovely spot recommended by the McGregors. The National Park campsites are great value at 10 dollars a night per adult once you pay your park entrance fees (we have joined for a year as it's the same as getting 2x1 month passes). We were very relieved that Conto wasn't booked out for the holidays as there are very few independent campsites in this touristy area. So apart from walking on the beach and watching the sun set into ...
This day we had an awesome experience with the sting rays at Hamelin Bay.
Hamelin Bay had a beautiful sheltered beach with plenty of people enjoying a swim in the water.
We walked out to the point near Hamelin Island and it was blowing a gale. Yet a few hundred metres back, Hamelin Bay was quite comfortable with little breeze.
Hamelin Bay is noted for its friendly sting rays and ...
... plates. At least someone else would gain a few extra morsels from my non participation. Then on to another vineyard to try about another 9 wines, I think this one was Ernest and Lyle. We then go taken into the back room to select a range of balsamic vinegars, dukkahs, chutneys, probably about 40 different ones. Sadly no room in the luggage for glass bottles or we would have ...
... Park and have a fire but in view of the forecast we thought we'd be better off doing this tomorrow when the weather was supposed to be less inclement. We settled on going to Gracetown about 10 kilometres away and see what it was like there. We drove back to the coast and the sea was just as angry and wild as it had been at Cape Leeuwin. We parked up and watched the sea pounding ashore and the mad kite surfers who were zooming about through the huge cresting ...
Our drive out to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse was just magic scenery. Can't get over the clarity and colour of the water, it is simple magnificent. Our first stop on the way was where a boat harbour is currently under construction and interesting to note all granite rocks being used for breakwater etc. is locally quarried. We were intrigued as to why this was being built and a local told us that in the summer holiday season the number of boats being launched in Augusta, it ...
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