BEST WESTERN PLUS Kalbarri Edge Resort
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... and also acts as the Tourist Info, apparently) and a caravan park – That’s
it! No free to air TV reception, no
mobile phone coverage, and no fresh water – its all bore water, and not
recommended for drinking. If you like
fishing, or driving your 4WD and/or quad bikes on the beach and sand dunes, you’ll
love the place – all the locals have quad-bikes, and ride them everywhere,
through the CVP, up the main street, etc ...
... tard pour les voir. Il y en a juste quelques-unes toujours en fleur.
Il y a de belles falaises pres de la ville de Kalbarri, nous nous sommes arretes a Red Bluff et Natural Bridge.
La famille de Broome (Kevin, Mia, Nova & Neve) nous a parle de Rainbow Jungle a Kalbarri comme ils en sont proprietaires que c'est egalement la ou ils vivaient jusqu'a il y a 2 ans. Rainbow Jungle est un parc d'oiseaux, plein d'oiseaux tres ...
... is considered a bit of a pest by the fishermen as it either eats your bait or even the fish you manage to catch on your line!!
This afternoon we did a few cleaning tasks and then took a walk around town and checked out the marina at the far end of town. There are some nice views from there up the river to the national park beyond. This is certainly a very pretty town.
... mountain and then you descend into the canyon, not like our mountains, where to start in the valley and uphill running.
Looking for a place to sleep at dusk we had almost run over a kangaroo baby, but again went well!
The next day we took the opportunity for a small cooling in the sea (to be honest it was quite cold in the morning and the water also, but when the sea is ever). Then we went to a few other viewpoints in the National Park, before continuing towards Shark Bay went.
... br> *After Northampton, the route is incredibly scenic, especially in the setting sun. It’s such a shame that we have no time to stop and admire.
*We arrive at the campsite around 7.30 in the evening. Reception is closed but the sign says ‘just pitch where there is a free spot and pay tomorrow’. It’s not easy setting up camp in the dark at the best of times and especially not when it is your first time dealing with the ...