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... weekend) ended up making the hike in probably about an hour, if not even less. At the top of the hike was two options, an easy walk to a viewing platform, or a semi sketchy climb up some huge rocks, before making your way to a very high ladder to climb up and go to the skywalk and look out. We chose the sketchy way - it had a better view.
As we made our way towards the ladder to climb, we met another hiker. We started to talk with him while waiting for ...
... that are available in plenty.
Types of Whales to Spot in Albany
Two species of whales frequent the waters off Albany; they are the Humpback Whale and Southern Right Whale. These marine mammals arrive here for mating and calving and are a common sight from any of the lookout points.
The most favoured being the Southern Right Whales are so named because in the days of whale hunting, they were the 'right' whales to ...
... Shannon National Park where evidence of the fires that ravaged this area are still apparent.
Fortunately the rain subsided by the time we arrived at the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park. We really enjoyed the whole experience here.
The Tree Top Walk is a construction of 6 x 60mt bridge spans on 7 pylons, reaching a maximum height of 40mts. This elevated walkway sways as you walk. Apparently it was ...
... s potoroo. This mammal is endangered and only found in this past of WA. Again, the beaches with huge granite boulders are a sight to see. Weather was quite overecast and wanted to rain but didn't until later in the early evening. We rested up at the campsite after lunch. This touring around is tiring believe it or not! Drove east ...
... put in the dream pot to cook, so
vegetables in this were fine.
This is our first stay on WA side, we
had not stopped here last time.They have power and hot showers and as
no one along the Nullarbor has much water and we need to conserve
what we have, it is a good place to stop.
On the way here there are lots of
kangaroos on the road ,it was showering with rain and they were out
trying to get ...