Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park
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... was built 1895. It is a very high light house standing 39 meters tall and 20 metres above sea level for 59 meters total. Only one shipwreck happened after it was built. We also visited the waterwheel used to pump water to the lighthouse which now stands still calcified by limestone even though the water still runs over it. Our caravan park was right on Flinders Bay and on our beach walk this morning we spotted dauphins in the Bay. It is a lovely sheltered Bay ...
... really a great concept – there were activities for all different age groups and abilities – big slides, a ‘walk the plank’, trampolines, a big rock-climbing ice-berg thing, big rocking ‘things’ and a sort of obstacle course right in the middle. It is such a great way to enjoy the water and burn off some energy in the process.
As Mal and I had not purchased wristbands, we were allowed in this netted off area ...
... it to the beach to enter act with them. They will sometimes swim so close you can walk into the water and pet them. While we waited we toured the aquarium inside the building. I saw live coral which I have never seen. Other fish I haven't seen live before are seahorses, crayfish, starfish and a few others. It was all so very interesting. We went down to the beach and visited with the young lady that ...
... and generous gift of money helped us to enjoy The Nannup Music Festival. Thank you so much.
Our stay with Carol:
We'd had so much fun at The Nannup Music Festival, that when Monday arrived it occurred to us that we hadn't made plans as to where to head next. The festival always finishes on Labor Day with a 'Bush Breakfast BBQ', which is complimentary for volunteers. It was a nice way for us to be able to say goodbye to our new friends, and we shall ...
... more forests, past some vineyards, avocado plantations, potato and strawberry farms. We camped at Big Brook Aboretum which is a State Forest but still is controlled by the volunteers. Some logging is allowed in the forest as we could hear machines working. We went for our first swim in Western Australia at the Big Brook Dam which seems to be the local swimming spot. ...