Travel Blogs from Fowlers Bay, Australia

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Day 57-58 Fowlers  Bay (NULLARBOR Stage 1 ), Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Day 57-58 Fowlers Bay (NULLARBOR Stage 1 )

A travel blog entry by millersofoz

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... ;                 Mon Jan 26th - Thurs 29th  2009 Fowlers Bay via Penong We met a woman at the Aust. Day Brekkie who was born and bred in Fowlers Bay, only moving ...

Last accessible beach before Nullarbor cliffs, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Last accessible beach before Nullarbor cliffs

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily

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... in the future.  It's just not worth taking any risks with the car on such shitty roads.  Our speed was around 25km/h. Fowlers Bay is the last official beach access until you reach the other side of the Nullarbor.  On the SA side you have ...

Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by elmontour

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A beautiful little bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

A beautiful little bay

A travel blog entry by dentons

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Spent the night at Fowlers Bay, a beautiful little bay nestled in the sandhills. We were lucky enough to join in their camp kitchen bbq in the park that night. Met some interesting ...

Fowlers Bay, SA, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers Bay, SA

A travel blog entry by gregnkeryn

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... on my back. Hospital has best view of bay! Weather slightly improved. Ceduna stop off re mobile then to esplanade park at Fowlers Bay....til weather blows thru'. Greg hiked 15 km out to furthest point on Sat. with local mates as tour guides!! See pics. ...

On to Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

On to Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by dahlsen_family

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Thanks Penny. Your blog sang the praises of Fowlers Bay and we weren't disappointed. After heading further West from Streaky Bay for a few hours then ending up on a crappy dirt road for 20 kilometres we arrived at South Australia's Western most beach ...

Anzac Day, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Anzac Day

A travel blog entry by dahlsen_family

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We were up early for a small Anzac Day service and raising of the flag on the foreshore of Fowlers Bay. The young owner of the caravan park spoke beautifully about the meaning of Anzac Day and the sacrifice of local members of their community. With the ...

An often overlooked gem, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

An often overlooked gem

A travel blog entry by busmartins

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... is fact or fallacy we don’t know but it’s a great story! It’s been many years since we’ve visited Fowlers Bay and decided we had enough time to take a quick peek.  It meant turning of the bitumen and taking a dirt ...

Hey it's your birthday!, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Hey it's your birthday!

A travel blog entry by jennynbob

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Happy birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday dear me, Happy Birthday to me. Well here we are at Fowlers Bay, another family history site. When I blogged at the beginning of our trip whilst coming across the long straight road, I mentioned ...

Off the beaten track, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Off the beaten track

A travel blog entry by mawstrip

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... was first mapped in 1627 by François Thijssen, a Dutch sea captain. His ship was the Golden Seahorse (Gulden Zeepard).Fowlers Bay was named by Matthew Flinders when he anchored his ship The Investigator in the waters on 28 January 1802, ...

Scotts Beach, Fowlers Bay Conservation Reserve, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Scotts Beach, Fowlers Bay Conservation Reserve

A travel blog entry by dannyandjess

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Scotts Beach is a further 200kms West of Ceduna and the camping area is surrounded by huge, white sand dunes that are pretty spectacular. From our camping area there's a little gully that leads through the dunes and takes you to the beach, which is very ...

Take that Nullabor!, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Take that Nullabor!

A travel blog entry by wattsblog

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... an escaped horse cantering around the camp ground, but was soon apprehended. From Eucla it was across the border and about 4 hours to Fowlers Bay. Lowlights of the trip were our most expensive fuel yet at $2.02 a litre and seeing a car and caravan ...

First full day in Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

First full day in Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by johnlesley

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... type of shellfish. The jetty here at Fowlers was very busy in it's heyday with incoming supplies and wool bales leaving.  However, Fowlers Bay ceased to be the transport hub of the area in the 1960's when road haulage eclipsed shipping services. All ...

Hazardous water crossing, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Hazardous water crossing

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz

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... escort vehicles and two police vehicles helping to clear everyone off the road to allow passage for the very wide loads. The Fowlers Bay Conservation Park camping area was actually at Scott Beach which is 15 kilometres via road from Fowlers Bay off the ...

DAY 91 – Fowlers Bay, SA, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

DAY 91 – Fowlers Bay, SA

A travel blog entry by mainey

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... to turn right about 5kms down the road towards Coorabie, in which Colin drives past turnoff (must admit no signage indicating Fowlers Bay), then Hans and Lorraine following them, we turned off and stopped hoping they realise we still not following. Yep ...

Mexican Hat, Fowlers Bay Conservation Park, Australia travel blog

Mexican Hat

A travel blog entry by gordon-selah

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22nd April. Left cactus beach after a refeshing shower and headed further west to Fowlers Bay and a spot known as Mexican Hat. After negotiating some quite muddy roads found our destination and set up camp on the sand dunes overlooking the bay. The loud ...

Streaky Bay to Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Streaky Bay to Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by themousses

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... place 29/03 out fishing with Rod 24/03 Prenons un chemin de terre (toile ondulee) apres Penong pour alller passer quelques jours a Fowlers Bay ou Tony et Lena viendront nous rejoindre.  Coin tres sympa et tres isole. 25/03 Sortie en bateau avec le ...

Frolicking on to Fowlers bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Frolicking on to Fowlers bay

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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From the Head of Bight and its Aboriginal land to Fowlers Bay there is some fabulous beaches, bays and rocky headlands to intrigue and entice ..... For the best guidebook to this stretch of coast with full details on access routes, camping and much more, ...

Venus Bay to Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Venus Bay to Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by annie_and_mo

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Awake at 7:00. Away by 9:15. Shopping and fuel in Ceduna. Smoko stop west of Ceduna. Heading for Fowlers Bay. Arrived safely at 2:00pm. Only a short drive today. Mo feeling a bit worn down ... Preparing himself for the big drive tomorrow. A long drive ...

On the way to Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

On the way to Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by johnlesley

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... a photo. We were advised later they are Blue Tongue. They certainly don't look like the ones at home.  We arrived at the Fowlers Bay Caravan Park late afternoon and then went for a walk through this very small town. As it was now getting late we ...

Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by aylmore

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Not quite ready to tackle the long straight road and with the weather still looking good we decided to stop in Fowlers Bay. A beautiful bay with huge sand dunes in the background. The kids decided to scramble up to the top of the dunes for a look and ...

Dolphins, sea lions and surfing, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Dolphins, sea lions and surfing

A travel blog entry by dodotheexplorer

... the water along the beach. I even build a sand castle which was taken shortly after by the water. Well it happens. After an amazing and very active day we drove to Squeaky Bay for some supplies before we drove to Fowlers Bay where we camp for the ...

Transit, Kingoonya to Fowler Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Transit, Kingoonya to Fowler Bay

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad

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... , and noting the population and funny looks we were getting we headed west. Not long into the drive we saw a turn to Fowler Bay promising a beach, Jetty, caravan park and fishing so we thought a rest day was in order. Fowler bay is a little fishing ...

Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by jemsholiday2014

A lovely sleep in, we have decided to stay two nights here. It is a funny little seaside town population 18, very dry and gravelly surrounded by the largest sand dunes I have ever seen. We spent the day exploring the sand dunes, (by car) fishing, and ...

Escaping the Traffic, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Escaping the Traffic

A travel blog entry by petermaryanne

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... secure if we were at the beach or driving around some of the 4x4 tracks so we are staying at the local caravan park instead. Fowlers Bay is a small community with a lovely small caravan park, a big jetty and long beaches' either side of the jetty. The ...

Crossing the Nullabor, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Crossing the Nullabor

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad

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... at the 60 metre drop into the southern ocean. The view along the cliff line was spectacular. Crossed the border into West Australia and parted with all of our fresh fruit and vegetables, handing them to the quarantine inspector. Stopped for fuel and to ...

Fowlers bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers bay

A travel blog entry by lindann

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Fowlers Bay and crossing the Border to S.A.,  Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Fowlers Bay and crossing the Border to S.A.

A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke

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Monday 20th May – Fowlers Bay Ok, so, I was told by a truckle while we were fueling up at Balladonia, where by the way diesel was $1.85 litre, that a good place to go fishing was Fowlers Bay, so today, that is where we are going, our last stop ...

Still can't catch any fish, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Still can't catch any fish

A travel blog entry by miltonbetty

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Next day we headed for Fowlers Bay. Missed the turnoff so took a pretty rough track in. Ray and Helen lost some plates after a cupboard door came undone. Not happy. Pretty spectacular entry across a salt flat with the very small town nestled beside huge ...

Day-2 Kimba to Fowlers Bay, Fowlers Bay, Australia travel blog

Day-2 Kimba to Fowlers Bay

A travel blog entry by tessacat

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... Haslam and walked along the pier, crystal clear water. We had intended to spend the night at Penong, but instead we kept driving to Fowlers Bay and we were so glad we did, as it was a beautiful spot on the coast, with massive sand dunes. The caravan park ...

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