Marina Beach Retreat

Address: 50 Market St, Exmouth, Western Australia, 6707, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 50 Market St, Exmouth, is near 3 Islands Marine Whale Shark Adventures.
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Travel Blogs from Exmouth

Day 31 - Exmouth and Turquoise Bay

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 08, 2015

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... and enjoy avoiding the heat for a while, dammit!

We weren't disappointed! The current was much stronger today, and the tide higher, which made getting in and out of the current more difficult. But it was well worth it - The amazing fish that we saw again were even more impressive than the first day, and even though we did a lower number of drifts (about 4), we managed to drift on different paths, and see some spectacular new coral, ...

Day 30 - Exmouth to Cape Range N.P.

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 07, 2015

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... turtles and a pirate ship that sprayed water - Cool fun!

We finally got into the Cape Range N.P. about midday, and it was bloody hot again - 41 degrees! We had a look at some of the "camps" through the Park - Neds Camp, Mesa Camp, (both had pristine turquoise and dark green choppy ocean water) and Lakeside Camp (Water was a bit brown and murky today due to the wind) then stopped at the Park Information Centre, which was very informative about ...

Day 29 - Coral Bay to Exmouth and canyons (200km)

A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 06, 2015

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... nearby jetty, the remains of which are still visible now. The second memorial was from Operation Potshot, in which a joint Australian/US submarine base was established here, to battle Japanese invasion. It made sense to set it up here rather than Fremantle because it was closer to the action..... The only problem was that they didn't do their homework on the nature of the bay very well, as it was usually so rough that they were not able to refuel the subs with ...

Heading back to the coast and Ningaloo Reef YAY

A travel blog entry by rascals on Nov 04, 2014

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... Park Nov 4th - 7th
Off early the next morning ( Melbourne Cup Day ) before it got too hot and headed for Exmouth.
We were still setting up when the big race was on as we are three hours behind in time and took a break to listen to the race!!
We had a relaxing afternoon and enjoyed meeting the two resident emus who were well at home in the Caravan Park.

Next day we needed a rest but Will and Rick did go fishing ...

WA Road Trip

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 03, 2014

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... to climb all over my face and try to enter any orifice possible. They were disgusting.

After deciding against the loop of death we carried onto a short 1.4km stroll to the Z bend look out. It was an incredible view point looking down a fault line where the gorge plunged 150m to the river below. It was such a beautiful day but it was just too hot for any more walking so we headed back to the ranch. Pete had spent the whole day trailing behind trying to find a Thorny ...