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The alarm was set for 7am, and we were on the road to Kalbarri at 8.30am. It was overcast when we left, but by the time we drove around the Pink Lake (huge!) and got to Kalbarri township at 9am, it was sunny and already getting hot. The town of Kalbarri is small but very pretty, with a beautiful grassed foreshore area beside the sheltered river mouth, that opens out to the ocean. The water in both was a beautiful turquoise green, and very ...
... another side of Pink Lake, which was really cool – we walked out across the
white dried salt and admired all of the salt formations and took more photos. Ah, the things you do in a small town when
you’re bored and there’s no internet or mobile phone coverage to waste your
Port Gregory really is a “one horse town” in the true sense
of the phrase – Nothing but a pier, a General Store (which does limited ...
... in town. Throughout the 40 years the only time the pelicans have not appeared was when Lake Eyre in Central Australia was full of water and all of the pelicans made their way there to feed and breed.
We had 3 nights in Kalbarri and the wind did not stop blowing the whole time we were there. We had been warned that the WA coast was windy from the beginning of October until the end of November and they were right, unfortunately for us it always seems to be a head ...
... wildflower season in the NP, and just driving around you can see lots of brilliantly coloured flowers: white, pink, purple, orange, red. Most of the colours were strong and bright and stood out in the surrounding low scrub. In some places there would have been an acre of just one colour - lovely.
Went for a quick swim in the estuary to cool off when we got home.
Tuesday, 28th October
Drove out to Principality of Hutt River, and were shown around by HRH ...
... the 5 main site each with a short walk ranging from 400 Metres to a lookout, through to the 2.6 Klms hike into the river bed. The photos are fabulous but yet again, could never do these evocative places any justice for ...