BEST WESTERN PLUS Kalbarri Edge Resort
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... took in the view. We continued for another 3km but the river was pretty low and so everyone kept getting stuck in the sand banks and having to get out and push the canoes. After one final break we finished another 2km but the wind had really picked up and it was nearly a losing battle making it to the final point. We'll admit we had a few tense moments regarding who was meant to be steering the canoe, but we'll put that down to the competitive nature ...
... Lookout. But there are many more if you have time. We do not want to repeat the experience of driving for so long after dusk and setting up camp in the dark.
*By 10 we are on the road again. We head through the Kalbarri National Park back to Route 1 to continue our journey north up the Coral Coast to Monkey Mia. This particular park is renowned for its 2000 species of wild flower that are native to the region and which bloom in spring and early summer. ...
... jump between each after hiding behind them whilst Julie cracks up with laughter, camera in hand, before joining in herself, mucking around we try and fools ourselves into forgetting this is truly it, the final night.
Watching the sun rest behind the cold sea, the colour of red as strong as blood, casts over us but as we turn 180*, dark and thunderous clouds billow their way towards us; it turns the dreamy pastel sky into one of a nightmare. Quickly we head off to a ...
... back to town whilst the rest of us drove onto Ross Graham Lookout and Hawks Head Lookout, another couple of spots to view the gorge.
I'm not so sure that any of us really enjoyed these lookouts. Maybe it was the heat or maybe we've just seen so many great gorges in the past couple of months that we've become a little "ho-hum" about it all. Anway, the extra 30 kms we did to get out to these lookouts gave us the opportunity to stop at literally thousands ...
... lookouts in Australia. Fresh Sharon made bread, the works. Gingies we are lucky!
We kitted up and we were off. "Kitted" up for us means 2 ltrs of water each; fly veils (essential kit) large hats, long sleeved shirts; trousers and walking boots and good packs with nice lunch. This is what is recommended for this walk. According to the signs installed by the National Park many walkers have died because they did not take the necessary water ...