Esperance Island View Apartments
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It's Wednesday 17 September and as a run-up to the Kalgoorlie cup it is lady’s day. Kalgoorlie cup is horse-racing for those that like us, are clueless about what that means. Lady’s day means that there are some races actually happening, but also that there is a fashion show and all the ladies in attendance show off their Sunday best. …
... brilliant idea - there should be more of these!!) we then headed straight out to the coast to see the surf beaches. Amazing! The beaches are phenomenal here. The colour of the water, to the beautiful rock formations & lush hills & cliff faces. Wow. It kinda has a Hawaii North shore feel to it. L is in love with the place!
After seeing some beaches like Chapmans Point, Blue Haven, ...
In all the tourist brochures for Cape Le Grand, there is a picture of a sandy white, clean beach with bright blue water and a kangaroo relaxing right on the beach. On the way to the park, Mel had been joking about these brochures, saying they were obviously not real and there was NO WAY a kangaroo would just be hanging around on the beach. Well, she was completely wrong. It looked exactly like it does in ...
... beach. Played on the sand and climbed on some more rocks. Then we walked part of the Coastal Trail from Hellfire Bay to Little Hellfire Bay. Nice barefoot walk on gravel and rock but we got there and saw another beautiful little bay. Saw a kangaroo on the walk there. Lastly we drove to Le Grand Beach and found our favourite beach in the Cape Le Grand National Park. Gorgeous white sandy beaches, protected aqua coloured water, rocks and sun shining. We parked ...
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We had two really enjoyable days here, climbing the hills, viewing the local animal life, parrots, sleepy lizards, emus, goats and kangaroos. This is a beautiful, peaceful place to stay with lots to see and do and the property's gardens are lovingly cared for.
We head of the next morning to Madura which is our last stop in Western Australia.
As we drove in, the Madura pass became visible and the Hampton Tableland was ...