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, ...
This morning we set off early to take a trip into the Kalbarri National Park and see some of the inland gorges and a rock formation known as Nature's Window. We had to do some more km's on gravel roads and the usual fun of driving on corrugation. As with all things that take a bit of effort... it was worth it. We were treated to some beautiful views of deep river gorges and amazing rock formations all around.
... trail is on top of a mountain plateau and eventually goes downhill to a gorge where you follow the river. The typical Gorges in the Western Australian national parks were formed during the past 400 million years due to rivers that made their way through the rock layers. It was a pretty tough hike because it was really hot already when we started and the flies were really annoying again. funny at the Canyons is that the starting point of the hike is already upon arrival at the summit ...
... ridiculous. Well that may well be the case. We’ll see how things go.
*We visit the local post office – we have a letter to post. SG is trying to make contact with distant relatives she has never met – as you do! Rick and Carolyn Hunter live in the Sydney area and we hope to meet up whilst there. As the man behind the counter says ‘the postal system in Australia is classless’. There is only one price of stamp for this domestic ...
Stopping, only to refuel the hungry car, now awash with red dust, splattered bug and footprints, the blue metallic colour can be seen but through small gaps where the sand hasn't stuck. We enter Kalbarri, a small national park, it holds deeps gorges and long treks, a little cheeky, and we do not pay the entry fee, as we assume we won't be too long to meet any rangers.
On top of the first gorge, the sun holds high with little fluffs of white clouds covering the massive expanse, all ...