Kalbarri Reef Villas
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... the NW Aust diocese is closely related to Sydney. All clergy are evangelical and several of the bishops have been ex Moore College staff. Good service. The only other churches in town are RC and Pentecostal. Same for Carnarvon next week so it will be Anglican again. Kalbarri is a beautiful spot. It has a reef quite close making for a protected lagoon in front. The Murchison river mouth is at the northern end. Today we visited the gorges about ...
... to the Marina. That wore him out pretty well so Wendy and I then headed to Angies Café for a lovely lunch! That afternoon we took a drive out to Red Bluff lookout and could see that the huge swell that was evident at Port Gregory was also present here – the seas were really pounding the beach!
After a really good sleep, we awoke to another lovely sunny day (Wed 3 June) took Aero for a nice long walk and then left him in the van (to ...
Firstly this morning we got ready to go see the gorges. We got our drink bottles and camelbacks filled with water. When we got there the first walk we did was the Z Bend Lookout. It was a short walk down. After that we walked down into the gorge. There was people doing abseiling off the cliff. It was harder this track because it had lots of rocks and ladders. When we got to the river I went ...
... her fins right in my face as she tries to swim out into the ocean trying to catch one.
The kids have both been entertained by Fred the resident cocky and searching for Tawney Frogmouths in the trees near our van
... in the pool again. We had a beautiful shower and when we came back we saw some owls - they were so camouflaged.
We went to feed the pelicans, you had to throw fish to them. Then a big long walk. There were so so so so many bugs and flies, everywhere we went they followed us. The waves were crashing on the rocks - it felt like the whole earth was moving. We went to lots ...