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Travel Blogs from Kalbarri
... up and then drove out to Jake's Point to check out the surf. Whilst there a surfer did a spectacular wipeout and snapped his board in two. No surfing for Bradley here! Fish and chips for dinner tonight. Monday 4th Very windy morning so we headed to Kalbarri National Park to see if I could kayak through the gorges. The park is only about 15km from town and has a few lookouts and short walks. The park ranger looked confused when I asked if there were ...
... the sunset. Some of those were Brian, Dave and their wives who ended up coming over to Dave and Gloria's van for happy hour. Also, Robyn and John who we had met earlier on our travels joined us, as well as Warren and Stephanie who we met a few days ago at Hamelin Pools. All the more the merrier, lots of fun and laughs were had by all until nearly 8 o'clock when they decided they hadn't had tea and were feeling a little ...
Got woken up by an excited 11 year old eager to go horse riding. Had a quick breakfast and headed to the Big River Ranch for an hour and a half horse ride. It was a beautiful morning without a cloud in the sky and very comfortable temperature. We all fitted our helmets and boots then waited patiently to be introduced to our horses. Rachel looked very professional with a proper horse riding helmet. We were introduced to our horses and then mounted our steeds. Cameron had Bonnie, ...
... Steep Point on the Shark Bay Peninsula. Steep Point is the most western point of mainland Australia. We are planning staying one night there camping so we don't want rain. The other thing, if it rains, there is a good chance they will close the road.
We awoke on Tuesday to a very different day. The sky was dark & stormy looking, but no rain as yet. In the tree beside the van we noticed 3 frogmouth owls. Apparently they are regular ...
We were unsuccessful with the fishing at our camp on the Murchison River but the fish continued to tease us, as we regularly heard them splashing in the water come evening.
We spent some time looking at the coastal scenery near Kalbarri. There were some beautiful rugged looking cliffs with the ocean waves crashing against them. The Kalbarri Township is located in a beautiful setting at the mouth of the Murchison River with ...
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