BEST WESTERN PLUS Kalbarri Edge Resort
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... read the wrong sign the one that said 'take nothing but photographs'. Their kit was two rather nice cameras. No water and no food. This is a four hour walk and it was hot. We asked if they were ok and they were happy and breezy and said 'yes'.
We continued on. Stopped for lunch under a beautiful white gum with views to the other side of the gorge of the Murchison River. Such red colours on the rocks and the birds flying above. Magic.
... the predators are waiting. Within a month the river is teeming with life again. There used to be about 40 fishing boats moored in this area at Kalbarri and now due to the heavy restrictions and regulations, there are only 4 operating. They are only allowed to fish for so many hours per year. The longer the fisherman have lived in Kalbarri, the more hours they are allowed to have. Fishermen can "buy" extra hours at $10,000 an hour but only if ...
... sandy coastline, to red dirt and gum trees, to green farm crops and then to fields of wildflowers. It was lovely scenery. We finally arrived in Kalbarri at about 4pm where we set up and fluffed around, the Sullivan's had arrived here the previous day, so once they returned from their day trip they came over for a 'cuppa'. They were talking about doing the coastal places of interest of the Kalbarri NP, so we decided to join them in tomorrow's ...
... to be full, on this trip animals seen in the wild; dolphins, pelicans, cormorants, kangaroos, koalas, whales and emus! I'm in danger of turning into Sir David Attenborough!
Kalbarri was gorgeous. The only problem was the hostel, the women were particularly mad as all 10 of them were in one room, but they only had one plug socket, in this day and age that is unacceptable, as most people travel with at least two electrical items that need charging, their phone and ...
... quick stop at Shell Beach & The Stromalites before hitting hwy # 1 again! Kalbarri is our destination today, looking forward to exploring the National Park, & natures window for the girls to get their pics there. A winding road & many 85k/hr grey nomads later, we reach Kalbarri. It's beautiful, green, undulating & views of the Indian Ocean. A lovely caravan park that's heaven for the kids. ...