Pinctada McAlpine House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in his eagerness to get in the water though - this trip is doing wonders for his confidence. Fortescue falls was nice too, though would be amazing after some rain. Afternoon - drove to the other side of the park (50km away) to check out oxey lookout where 4 gorges intersect. The view was top-notch but a bit breathtaking. There was a cross at one of the lookouts in remembrance of a local SES volunteer who had ...
... br> (Pic No. 05) Mangrove Golden Whistler (lifer for Ivor)
(Pic No. 06) Mangrove Grey Fantail
(Pic No. 07) White-breasted Whistler
Redshank (lifer for Ivor)
Broad-billed Flycatcher (lifer for Ivor)
Dusky Gerygone (lifer for Ivor)
... of unsealed road for the trip (hopefully not too soon to say this). Arriving at Cable Beach Resort was a bit surreal. We pulled up at the grand entrance in a red dust covered, battered and weary patrol that looked well out if place in the surroundings. Before we knew it there was champaign flowing, furniture that didn't fold up and real, dust free, beds...bring it ...
... at our beach. So we had a great time at the beach and then went back to the caravan park to shower and change before going to Matso's for lunch. Matso's is the iconic Broome Brewery and Ian and I had a tasting paddle each to work out what beer we should have with our lunch - as you do! We had a lovely lunch and then went for another walk around town to look in some of the other shops and look at the old buildings including the ...
... red dust yet again. WINDJANA GORGE What a fun place...very hot and dusty but beautiful. We arrived late afternoon and hiked with our torches into the gorge to sit and wait for the show.....around dusk, hundreds of bats came flying down to the waterhole to drink, catch insects etc....quietly waiting for them were dozens of freshwater crocodiles...SNAP..bye bye bats. Very exciting and a bit scary especially when Poppy walked to the edge to get a better view. (Don't ...