BEST WESTERN PLUS Kalbarri Edge Resort
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... that don’t, ride unrestrained
in the back of their mates’ ute with their fishing rods…. If that’s not your scene, maybe give Port
Gregory a miss! The wind here was
incredible, too – Nice to cool things down in the afternoon, but incredibly
strong at night. The caravan itself wasn’t
bad for such a town – pretty quiet, and lots of shade from large trees, with a
lot of “permanents” living there, ...
... and passed "Pink Lake" on the way in. The pink colour is the result of a red algae which is the richest known source of beta-carotene. Australia leads the world in the production of beta-carotene. When we got to Gregory, the water looked as though it held fish, so went fishing on the beach for a few hours with another couple who we had met at Cape Peron and Kalbarri a few days before. He was the guy who towed the young fella out of the deep sand, and it was good to ...
... on the ocean and the sun was shining. We did a little exploring around the town and then met up with our neighbours (on the same journey since Broome) and enjoyed drinks and a Sunday Roast at the local bar... it was great.
To be continued....
Vanochted reden we weg van Denham en reden richting zuiden. We stopte bij het Billabong roadhouse. De rit was prachtig vanwegen de ...
... Meer (ehrlich gesagt war es morgens noch recht kalt und das Wasser auch, aber wenn man schon mal am Meer ist). Anschließend fuhren wir noch zu ein paar weiteren Aussichtspunkten im Nationalpark, bevor es weiter Richtung Shark Bay ging.
The Kalbarri National Park is located close to the coast, 577 km north of Perth. We arrived here quite late, so we just had time to do the Mushroom Trail on that day, a short but beautiful trail along the coast with cliffs ...
... 8217;. We manage, but it’s a bit stressful. So a glass of the MR Shiraz goes down a treat together with a supper of scrambled eggs and salad. What a difference a meal & a glass of wine can make.
*Campsite life starts early and you wake when your neighbours start moving about. In any case we are keen to see our surroundings. The campsite is located on the estuary of the Murchison River and the views are lovely. Not far away is ...