Beach House at Bayside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couple of towns we had aimed for. Although we didn’t see any flames for the next 100km we did drive through thick smoke which had already blown over from the area. With 500km covered for the day, we arrived in Albany, found a campsite and parked the van up by a river for the night. This campsite attracted some interesting characters as we sat on our camp chairs observing two hill billys walking their cats on leads. Did we just see that?! Time for a ...
... that was just starting to wrap up, so we had a look around there. The car show didn't really look to have any kind of theme, seems like anyone who had a cool car could just bring it along. There was an original WB, a Ford Escort, some Land Cruiser utes, Clubmans, just some of everything! We went back to the car via the markets so we could make our biggest purchase for the morning, yummy waffles, before we headed off. Our main destination today was the National Anzac Centre, which ...
... then we enjoyed a delicious sausage sizzle for lunch as we were leaving.
We arrived in Albany and checked into the Emu Beach caravan park. After setting up we walked along the bike track which was only metres from the back of the park along to Emu Point. The weather was not being terribly kind, it was quite cool and very windy so we did not loiter for long and headed back to the van. Fortunately we had bought a small blow heater in Bunbury as every night we had ...
... the dung beetles here NOW!
We stay at Denmark for a few days and check out the surrounding sights. There are some very nice beaches but generally a bit too cool for a dip, some good walks along the river and into forests and the odd winery or two.
The Wilson inlet (like a big bay) flows out through a relatively small channel to the ocean beach, however at the moment the entrance is closed due to sand build ...
... as it was all along a main road passing a shopping centre and petrol station. Not really a lovely scenic ride. We gave up at the river and headed back the way we came. We then headed around the bay and into Albany for lunch, negotiating the hills as we went. By this point we had ridden 28km. We decided to carry on around the bay but again this was on main roads and so we kept at it but were getting pretty tired. After more main road we decided to turn around and go ...