Ibis Styles Geraldton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and beverages provided for this 'Oscar Party'. No commercials ( music only / yea)...so lots of time to write...and pass the time!! Geraldton was going to be the "uncity" visit (last stop/Oz#7)...it is the capital of the midwest / pop.~35,000 making it the largest city between Perth and Darwin....but apparently has a cheerful, faded 1950's aesthetic. I wanted to compare it to Proserpine - a similar sized town on the northeast coast/ Great Barrier Reef area visited in the ...
... the highest point in Geraldton, overlooking the bay. The name of every person lost on that ship, 600+, is listed along with a history of the ship and monuments and statues relating to the ship. It was only about 20*C there but the kids were adamant that they wanted to go swimming in the pool at the caravan park. They only lasted 1/2 hr as I was too cold. We hit the hay early as we were heading to Kalgoorlie the next day which was going to be a long ...
... best we've ever had in Australia. Geraldton is the biggest city we've seen since Darwin, which was in August last year. We're not used to traffic anymore, nor traffic lights. It feels weird. It looks like the long stints on the road, with noone around, are over.
After passing by a wind farm, we got to Ellendale Pool last night, it's a nice and quiet camping spot near a pretty pool. The light at sunset ...
... are driving along the coast line now so we'll see where we end up tonight.
6 Hours later……. Well…………… we ...
Left Linga Longa fairly early this morning. Helen & Peter were up very early, as Ray said he wanted to be gone by 8:15am. Lovely spot to stay, should have planned to stay longer, oh well, "next time"!!! Stopping in at Northampton for morning tea, didn't have morning tea, but did have a lovely walk through the town looking at gorgeous quilts. There were quilts of all sizes ...