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Three days to go until we leave for Melbourne. I just can't wait! I can't wait to feel the cold air rush past my hand as we drag our suitcases into Perth Airport. I can't wait to hear the loud humming of the engine as our flight takes off. I can't wait to land in a city I have never explored before. My bag is sitting at my door, half packed, with my green and black headphones overflowing out of ...
... hour in awe and wonder as they swam and fed these magnificent creatures.....It was literally amazing. On our way out the last display is the 'Great Barrier Reef Theatre' with a phenomenal glass wall and a perfect view of some of the nicest and most colourful fish and shark. I could have sat there for hours and were it not for the hunger pains in our little bellies we all would have just sat and watched for ages. You can see in some of the photos that it hardly looks ...
Yalgorup National Park was another beautiful location. It is an area consisting of a chain of ten lakes and wet lands with numerous walking tracks to follow for bird and wild flower viewing.
We walked a round trip of about 10 kilometres to a bird hide from the camp ground. Unfortunately it was the wrong time of the season with a low water level and few birds. We were advised by the camp host that there would normally be thousands of swans in the lake during a ...
Our next planned stop was to hopefully be at Yalgorup National Park at the Martin Tank campground. We were somewhat unsure on what to expect.
Our eyes lit up as we drove into the campground. What a beautiful bush setting with a newly refurbished camping area recently completed.
As we were setting up our camp the clouds dispersed to provide a beautiful blue sunny sky and the birds could be heard chattering away in the ...
Despite the fact that Sydney receives (on average) 240 days
of sunshine every year, we managed to come in a two-week period with clouds and
rain... It’s just like a Swedish summer! However we haven’t lead the weather
stop us! Luckily enough one of my best friends from my first year in Beau
Soleil lives here and I haven’t seen her in nearly ...