Kalbarri Reef Villas
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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 ...
... due to the presence of complete cloud cover: with the ever present on-shore wind, it was a bit cool and I even felt some drops of precipitation a couple of times!! Cloud this thick is a first since we have been away, and it is a bit of a shock. Not looking forward to cooler weather as we go south, although hopefully it will be warming up by the time we get there.
Wednesday, 29th October
Left Kalbarri and went 90km down the track to another fishing village, ...
This morning we said farewell to Denham and continued our journey south. We stopped off at the Billabong Roadhouse and then headed on to Kalbarri. The journey was beautiful as we travelled through some big storm clouds and then into the blue skies again. Once we reached the Kalbarri National Park we saw some beautiful wild flowers all along the route.
Then we reached another ...
... australischer Sonne. Das witzige bei den Schluchten ist, dass man sich bei Ankunft am Ausgangspunkt der Wandertour bereits auf dem Gipfel des Berges befindet und man dann in die Schlucht hinabsteigt, nicht wie bei unseren Bergen, wo man im Tal beginnt und bergauf läuft.
Auf der Suche nach einem Schlafplatz in der Dämmerung hätten wir beinahe ein Känguru-Baby umgefahren, ist aber noch einmal gut gegangen!
Am nächsten Tag nutzten wir die Chance für eine kleine ...