Travel Blogs from Carnarvon, Australia

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Australia - Carnarvon, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Australia - Carnarvon

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... in the 80's. The dish was lit up at night and this gave it a rather spooky, sci-fi appearance (PIC). Day 2 Carnarvon doesn't actually have many attractions to boast, in our opinion at least. So after a spot of grocery shopping we drove out to the ...

Carnarvon, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Carnarvon

A travel blog entry by kimandrob

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Carnarvon = another massive town on our map - the second town to get the lofty status of capitalised print. There was absolutely nothing to see or do here particularly as it was Sunday. The supermarket was our only source of entertainment. Even the ...

Day 163, Somewhere in the Indian Ocean, Australia travel blog

Day 163

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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25th September. Today I did some laundry - the boat had washing machines and dryers! We got level with Australia today and at about noon we were three quarters up the coast. From my chat with the Chief Officer on the Bridge I'd learned that we ...

Road Trip the Third: A Parting of Ways, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Road Trip the Third: A Parting of Ways

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... that. But I'm pretty sure that the "everyone says it's a shithole, but it turns out to be spectacular" reversal never happens. Carnarvon is no exception to this rule. The landscape on the way to Carnarvon seemed to have been born out of fire, black, ...

Whale Sharks, Ningaloo Reef, Ningaloo Reef, Australia travel blog

Whale Sharks, Ningaloo Reef

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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We arrive at Coral Bay on the 19th May and are very impressed with how beautiful it is. We get the togs on and head straight to the beach for a snorkel. Great fun until both of us cut our feet on the coral. Thomas is ok but I keep bleeding, youch. ...

Six Months To Go, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Six Months To Go

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... ) If!!!!! I come back early, I'll spend the remainder of the year in my favourite city... Melbourne. I plan to depart Australia on 26th December, 2005 and return on or around 14th December. Most of the trip will be done independently, staying in ...

Only 2 months till departure., Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Only 2 months till departure.

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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Como esta? It is hard to believe that 4 months have gone since I last wrote. And to think that I only have 2 months to go is getting me mega excited. During the last 4 months, I have changed my itinerary slightly, got some needles, and continued ...

Update in February, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Update in February

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... people and the friendships I made... but I know I will cherish in the ones I've made especially with people here in Australia (especially Melbourne!).  And I miss the dramatically different cultures to our own. It's good to be back in a house I ...

Booked the Airfare, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Booked the Airfare

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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I've booked and paid for my airfare to Central America and pretty happy with the deal I got.  In the end, I found that it will be cheaper to travel to Los Angeles from Perth via Singapore (instead of Sydney/Melbourne).  To get from Perth to ...

Carnarvon - NO STORY., Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Carnarvon - NO STORY.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Carnarvon - Blow Holes., Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Carnarvon - Blow Holes.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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From Monkey Mia it was quite a drive up to Carnarvon where we camped at a caravan park so we could catch up on showers and clothes washing, before heading off the next day to see the blow holes and magnificent scenery on the 4 wheel drive tracks, that ...

Friday the 13th Part 2, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Friday the 13th Part 2

A travel blog entry by wickens

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... sprain their muscles or tendons as early in life they tend to be stronger than bones, especially the small ones in the foot. So off to Carnarvon hospital, 350 km away, at 7am to,  X ray the foot we are now convinced is broken and get it set in a cast ...

Sep 03, 2012, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Sep 03, 2012

A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina

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Quobba - A Whale of a Time, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Quobba - A Whale of a Time

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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... and catch up with new friends Bob and Anne for a chat prior to heading further north on Sunday. Highlights of Quobba/Carnarvon: -          Two adult whales breaching in sync within metres of us ...

Day 10 - Roma - Carnarvon Gorge, Carnarvon Gorge QLD, Australia travel blog

Day 10 - Roma - Carnarvon Gorge

A travel blog entry by familytrip2010

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... , we find a roadside stop thank goodness we got the van with a loo! Bill takes the wheel and we soon reach the turnoff for Carnarvon Gorge, it’s another 40km off the road with a few grids to pass over we soon hit dirt road with a couple of little ...

Turquoise Sea's and White Sandy Beaches, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Turquoise Sea's and White Sandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by carsonsontour2

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... , but it’s no longer in operation. It was time for lunch so we drove to the OTC communication dish which dominates the Carnarvon skyline.  It is now out of commission but was active during the space race and the moon landing in 1969.  It ...

One Mile Jetty, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

One Mile Jetty

A travel blog entry by sjw_uk

During the afternoon today we went to the One Mile Jetty... Stu walked to the end and back, while I took the train to the end and walked back with Stuart... I hated every minute of it (no, not because I was with Stuart) but because I could see the waves ...

Carnarvon, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Carnarvon

A travel blog entry by chris-and-megan

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... sites available; take your time; not a problem.  Now that IS how to greet prospective guests!  So Woolworths in Carnarvon got a workout – and the fridge, van and cupboards got a good feed.  Chris needed to get an independent ...

RAC save the day, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

RAC save the day

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... not convinced. Dayne starts explaining that it is such a hard decision because he really loves me and yet he really really loves Carnarvon!! Alright mate!!ha ha!! He heads to the Homeswest office to find out who the local chippie in town is and I smile ...

Welcome to life on the banana plantation..., Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Welcome to life on the banana plantation...

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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We are up at 6am and head for showers at the servo, before heading to see Wayne. He has found us some accommodation. It is the 'cheapest in town' and one of his employees is going to take us out there. Suddenly the police arrive and we see the gates. ...

Rocky Poo...l, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Rocky Poo...l

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... working for the government. He isnt deterred for long though as he soon begins on how he can get me a skimpying job here in Carnarvon. Give me a break eh?! After half an hours persistant hassling to get me to come outside for a beer, I finally get to eat ...

Back to Meeka??, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Back to Meeka??

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

We arise early, check out the pool we came here for and head back to town. As it is early we head home for showers and then back on the road again. Unsure what to do, we head to the One Mile Jetty and sit in the sunshine. Boring. Dayne's impression of ...

This place is a JOKE!!, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

This place is a JOKE!!

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... about the large satellite dish which dominates the sky line. Turns out it was used in the race to put a man on the moon!! Wow Carnarvon used to be forward thinking...what the hell happened?! Back to the shed and we squeeze onto our tiny bottom bunk. Bed. ...

The Blowholes, Quobba Rocks, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

The Blowholes, Quobba Rocks

A travel blog entry by macphails

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Our first night in Carnarvon was spent on a salt pan just out of town. All class. But the next day we drove the 70 kms out to the blowholes and settled in straight away and got to know the neighbours. On one side we had Rick and Carol, on ...

Carnarvon, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Carnarvon

A travel blog entry by p18130

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... Carnarvon in search of food, Christmas supplies and presents, mail and many errands. The warm winters and hot summers that Carnarvon enjoys allow for immense tropical fruit growing, primarily bananas, and mangos on the flats of the Gascoyne River. ...

From Carnarvon to Tom Price, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

From Carnarvon to Tom Price

A travel blog entry by bindannmalweg

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... this time. At what temperature plastic is melting? The coolest cafe – an aboriginal art-culture-cafè-is situated in carnarvon and an example of modern and comfortable architecture in combination. The iron walls on 2 sides let air sweeping through, ...

Happy 9th Birthday Lachlan, Macleod, Australia travel blog

Happy 9th Birthday Lachlan

A travel blog entry by morrisjjre

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We travelled from Quobba point to Denham today. It was Lachlan's 9th birthday and we were invited to help celebrate with the Arnold family. They had just spent 5 days in Denham and were able to give us the run down on where to go and what to see while we ...

Greyhound Logistics, Minilya Roadhouse, Australia travel blog

Greyhound Logistics

A travel blog entry by richandvic

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Time to head south, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Time to head south

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... a milkshake tohave a chat. Enough is enough, I just want to head south. I feel close enough to Perth to do so from Carnarvon as it's only 900kms. The further north we go the harder it becomes to get back to civilisation and with things so volatile I feel ...

Turquoise Bay, Carnarvon, Australia travel blog

Turquoise Bay

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs

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... mijn duiken heb gezien. Astrid heeft wel anemonen gezien, maar helaas geen Nemo clownvisjes. Na het snorkelen zijn we naar Carnarvon gereden. Even overnachten en dan weer verder richting het zuiden. Op naar nieuwe, mooie plaatsen. Komend weekend hebben we ...

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