BEST WESTERN PLUS Kalbarri Edge Resort
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The boys had a good play on the beach and then we ...
... out and looked a lot like rocks to me. Fortunately there were story boards to explain. Long drive then to Kalbarri but lovely wild flowers to see along the way and we have now crossed to the wheat belt so there were even some rolling green hills. Arrived safely at Kalbarri, looks like a really nice town. Weather still reasonably warm though still a bit windy. Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 August Lots of lovely wildflowers to be seen ...
... we have seen this one is immaculately cared for. We drove around the fish wharf but at this time of year nothing much is happening as this is not the time to be catching Crayfish so most of the boats where in port and even the fish co op was closed over the weekend. We then made our way to the Museum where I managed to leave my purse. The museum houses a great display on some of the shipwrecks that have been discovered of the coast as well as a display on the finding of the ...
... Kalbarri and after checking into the Murcheson caravan park Kevin went fishing at the mouth of the Murcheson River. A wonderful day. Including 500kms of towing we have now travelled about 7500kms since leaving home. Australia is a very large ...
... Onward from there to Geraldton which was a much bigger town than we were expecting, traffic lights and everything! Weird after all these tiny little places. Had a picnic lunch near the beach and a quick look around and then back on the road. About 20 minutes south of Geraldton is the little town of Greenough, famous for its leaning trees due to the wind. It must be quite fierce at times because the trees are almost double over in places. Stopped on the highway to get a photo ...