Travel Blogs from Exmouth, Australia

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In Turquoise Waters, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

In Turquoise Waters

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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Monday morning we had a bit of a sleep in, considering the time Ian had come in at and his recent tough schedule. But when we got up we realized that if we wanted to go anywhere today, at this time of day, having missed the bus, we'd have to rent a car. ...

Like a Phoenix from the ashes, Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Western Australia, Australia travel blog

Like a Phoenix from the ashes

A travel blog entry by jawad

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Like a Phoenix from the ashes, Sheila is back on the road! We are currently in Exmouth getting the final repairs completed before heading inland to Karijini National Park. The last three days have been spent snorkeling along varies points of the ...

Snorkeling Heaven, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Snorkeling Heaven

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... With the whale shark and whales no longer in the area, and all diving on hold until the "swellies" subsided, Coral Bay and Exmouth were all about the coral reefs you would see while snorkeling right from the beach. The two communities are connected by the ...

You Call This a Vacation?, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

You Call This a Vacation?

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... am asleep, used as I am to getting into bed at 9:30 every night in order to drag myself back out at 5:00. Upon arrival in Exmouth Julia (another girl from the bus) and I are picked up by the hostel and driven over and shown, quietly so as not to wake ...

A Little More Like It, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

A Little More Like It

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... dead. Any real snorkelling would have to be done on the west side of the cape, where the real Ningaloo Reef begins. Back in Exmouth (and somehow having managed to avoid paying the $10 for the bus trip to the beach; everything is expensive in Exmouth, but ...

Breakfast for the Whale Sharks, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Breakfast for the Whale Sharks

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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On Tuesday morning at 7:00 we were piled onto a bus for the experience of a lifetime: snorkelling with the whale sharks! 5-metres plus, blue and white-spotted sharks that, thankfully, are only interested in eating tiny krill, not tiny humans. The day ...

Karijini, SHARKS and PADI......., Newman to Exmouth, Western Australia, Australia travel blog

Karijini, SHARKS and PADI.......

A travel blog entry by grahamandrach

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... Junction Pool and swam across to the waterfall at the bottom of Weano gorge... The following day climbed Mt Bruce Western Australia's second highest mountain, then off to Hammersley gorge where Rachel went to explore, Graham was too tired from Hancock the ...

Australia - Exmouth, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Australia - Exmouth

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... , they were pretty harmless...in comparison to the lethal box-jellyfish and deadly irukanji that can be found elsewhere in Australia. Another injury Verdi sustained during the swims will remain a source of long running amusement to Andrew. After one ...

Ningaloo Marine Park, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Ningaloo Marine Park

A travel blog entry by kimandrob

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Onto Cape Range National Park, another area abundant with wildlife, we camped at Lakeside, another brilliant snorkelling spot in Ningaloo Reef, and not a bad spot to spend the day.   The ex-YOC (Young Ornithologist Club - I was very cool) member ...

Days 202-206, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Days 202-206

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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I spent the last four days and nights with another Easyrider bus tour group. This one skirts up the West Coast of Australia to Exmouth. We left at 7am from my hostel in Perth with a new driver called Nathan. The bus was full with 20 or so passengers which ...

Heading up the West Coast (and back!), Perth - Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Heading up the West Coast (and back!)

A travel blog entry by tjmartin

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... of the last week or so. Well that is all for this exciting instalment. The next day, I started my exploration of the South West corner of Australia. The next instalment includes Whales, Kangaroos, Trees, a Cave and Creature Comforts. Bye for ...

Swimming with the sharks, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Swimming with the sharks

A travel blog entry by mitz24

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... sure they are still scary as hell. We then went on a few more excursions and saw Mildura' creek/shipwreck before heading back to Exmouth for a last supper for the whole tour of pizza in town. Town is an operative word here as there wasn not much other ...

Days 207-210, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Days 207-210

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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... boring Monday the 9th April in the Exmouth Aspen Holiday Park I felt a bit uneasy at the prospect of being here until Saturday. Exmouth at first glance feels like not much spread over a long way. I had two Dutch girls Sanne and Tamara from Nijmegen and a ...

Day 211, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Day 211

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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... to the other passengers. Alison was from Swansea and had seen the Borneo Orangutans on the way to Exmouth and the whale sharks. She had travelled to Australia just for this experience, in comparison I had learned that this was possible just a few days ...

The Outback, WA style, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

The Outback, WA style

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... coast north past Geraldton to Coral Bay and Monkey Mia to Cape Range National Park in the Gulf of Exmouth and then east into hottest part of Australia, The Pilbarra. This region is filled with iron which gives it deep red earth and huge outcroppings not ...

The Real Australia, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

The Real Australia

A travel blog entry by shaunduvall

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... hour or so. Also, along with Nick and Matt, invent a new game - flipper rugby......which is very, very, tiring!! Farewell meal in Exmouth - we have been communally making our own food to date, but we went out, to one of Exmouths few places to eat - ...

Adventures of Bruce and the Flying Whale Sharks, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Adventures of Bruce and the Flying Whale Sharks

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... not fit on any tap, we had the dilemma of figuring out a way to fill our tank without wasting shittons of water (Australia doesn't necessarily experience droughts so much as temporary periods of having water) and money to keep the pump running. As a joke ...

Swimming with Whalesharks, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Swimming with Whalesharks

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors

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... deal with the seasonal visitors by taking on temporary staff, backpackers mostly, and this seems to be the norm all over Australia. Temporary staff do not get paid much and are generally working so as to replenish the wallet before travelling onward. ...

Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef Marine Park, Ningaloo Reef/Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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... only two campsites there which were fully booked, so we continued on towards the next town 150kms down the road at Exmouth. Exmouth itself was nothing special, the emus which wandered aimlessly around our campsite and the fields surrounding the town ...

More snorkelling, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

More snorkelling

A travel blog entry by wickens

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... goodbye to Skye early on Thursday morning, so decided that we would head on up to the northern end of Ningaloo reef, basing ourselves at Exmouth which is about 150km north of Coral Bay.  It was a good move - Brad booked the famous navy pier dive for ...

Helen's big day out in a car called bugger!, Exmouth WA, Australia travel blog

Helen's big day out in a car called bugger!

A travel blog entry by helsbells

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... . I will be sad to leave Giralia at the end of this week, but I will definitely be pleased to get out and see some of Australia again! Happy 30th Birthday to me Davey by the way. Wish I could celebrate it with you honeypie, but I'll just have to ply ...

Coral Bay And Cape Range, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Coral Bay And Cape Range

A travel blog entry by sylviajason

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... fish we'd seen, a brownish orange three footer with little blue polka dots.  We returned the gear and headed north to Exmouth, the end of the line. On the way we passed hundreds of termite nests up to ten feet tall dotting the scrub grassland. ...

Sep 05, 2012, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Sep 05, 2012

A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina

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Sep 06, 2012, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Sep 06, 2012

A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina

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Sep 08, 2012, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Sep 08, 2012

A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina

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Ningaloo – Part One, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Ningaloo – Part One

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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When we decided to take a gap year and head off around Australia it was the North West corner of Western Australia which was always going to be a highlight for us and here we were finally at Ningaloo. Effectively our Ningaloo Reef or Ningaloo Marine Park ...

Goodbye Giralia and hello Exmouth!, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Goodbye Giralia and hello Exmouth!

A travel blog entry by helsbells

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... I built my first website, for the station. You can check out my amateurish handiwork at www.giralia.com. So, here I am in Exmouth now. Denver (owner of Giralia) and the kids dropped me off here on Saturday after taking me up to see the canyons in ...

Ningaloo - Part Two, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Ningaloo - Part Two

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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... was nice to be able to just stroll down to the water rather than doing the long drives we had been doing from Bullara and Exmouth. The water was stunning, so pristine, crystal clear and was nice to swim in as it didn't feel too salty.  Several rays ...

The West is best, West Coast, Australia travel blog

The West is best

A travel blog entry by billyandtrav

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... and corals. It was basically sitting on the beach everyday with breaks for snorking and lunch - a well earned break. Moved on to Exmouth for more of the same and also did the whale shark tour which we were unfortunate not to see them. Decided to bail ...

Lush hot northwest leg of our trip, Exmouth, Australia travel blog

Lush hot northwest leg of our trip

A travel blog entry by julesandjames

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... but we were both getting itching feet and wanting to go kite surfing. We went north a couple of hundred kilometres more to Exmouth, Turquoise Bay and the Cape range national park where we site-saw and relaxed some more. Decided the hot tropical maritime ...

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