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... people to climb down the ladder so we could go up. While talking to him, we found our his 70th birthday was the day before, so he wanted to make this climb while he still could! He even chose the hard part to climb instead of the easier view. I hope to be in his shape when I'm that age.
We finally manage to get up top to the breathtaking view of the surrounding mountain range and the surrounding area, and about 15 to 20 minutes later, the rest of ...
... were the most hunted because they are slow swimmers.
The males grow to a length of 17.1 metres while the females reach a maximum length of 18.3 metres and are known to dive for periods of 20 minutes. This species now slowly recovering from the scourge of whale hunting that was Albany's past, is now recording a growth rate of 6 to 16 percent. Today these graceful creatures are quite a sight indeed and whale watching is all the rage in beautiful ...
... way in order to create the sensation of being in the canopy of the forest which you are literally walking through. It was hard taking photos because the bridge was always moving due to people walking etc…
After doing the Tree Top Walk we walked through the Valley of the Giants and got up close and personal with the 'Giants' and other species.
The feature here is the Tingle Tree. Its distinctive feature is its’ hollowed out ...
... National Park for the afternoon - about 10 min from Albany. We drove Salmon Holes which is a surf fishing beach. Saw a fisherman pull a salmon out from his spot on the rocks. Big one too. This national park is just as worthwhile visiting as every other one in WA. Rained all night but our tarpaulin kept our tent and ourselves lovely and ...
... and lots get killed as the road trains can
not swerve or stop very easily. There were also a couple of dead
eagles and an alive very light coloured shingle back lizard that
disappeared into the scrub. It could have been our first sighting of
a blotched shingle back we do not know.
We had a walk in the afternoon up the
hill behind the golf hole. All across the Nullarbor the is set up
golf holes as part of the longest golf course and some ...