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

Sunbathing, sundowners and sunsets!

A travel blog entry by juzie on Aug 11, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... but Suzie Q was a great driver and we took some photos at the top. It was gorgeous - canyon and ocean. We dcieded not to go to Shothole Canyon Road as it said 4x4 only (which we have) but also to travel in twos as personal recovery may be needed! We are daft but nae that daft!

Sunbathing in in the afternoon and a sundowner was a great end to the day! You know that you have had too many sundowners when all ...

7 Wallabies, humpback and an emu!

A travel blog entry by juzie on Aug 09, 2015

5 comments, 10 photos

... to snorkel there however we both preferred Sandy Bay. Maybe liked the secluded nature of it. Back to exmouth we headed and you guessed it - BRAKE! Two more wallabies! Exiting the national park - BRAKE - 2 more wallabies! Passing the lighthouse and there, standing on the verge, a massive wallaby and low and behold it jumps a cross in front of us.....and BRAKE! Daft wee buggers! Just when we thought we were clear we drove past an Emu standing looking ...

Cape Range National Park (Ningaloo Reef)

A travel blog entry by dholmes on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... For a cheap $20 a night, we have three nights free camping in paradise. The Cape Range National Park has so many stunning beaches and Osprey is the pick of all of the spots. All amenities in the area are brand new due to Cyclone Olwyn decimating the region earlier this year.

On our first day here we stopped at the Visitor Centre where they request you watch a short safety movie explaining about the strong currents and other dangers in ...

The long, long roads

A travel blog entry by rtwjustus on Jul 26, 2015

5 photos

... areas of yellow/pink/white flowers on roadside but of course we don't stop. Have got some photos though when we were camped at Exmouth.
The town of Exmouth sits on the Exmouth Gulf near the tip of North West Cape and on the other side of the cape - approx 26klms is the van park where we stopped. This is on the Ningaloo Marine Park (Indian Ocean). Not sure how long reef is but know it was from there down to Coral Bay (where ...


A travel blog entry by dholmes on Jul 24, 2015

23 photos

... built to “plug the gap” for the US Navy as part of their missile delivery system from nuclear-powered submarines. The Australian and US governments began work on these towers in 1963. The 12 towers circle around Tower Zero which is 387m tall. This communication station is still a vital part of Australia’s security today.

Nearby was Surfers Beach and a few rugged up surfers were out braving the cold water even though there ...