Karri Valley Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of Outback Australia we needed. Alex tried handbreak turns and doughnuts but the little Tucson held it's ground giving us a lot of confidence for the Exmouth trip in a month.
At the end of the road was a small car park set in pretty unremarkable surroundings, we could hear the waves crashing so made our way up the hilly path to the lookout to see if we were going to have to schedule in some museums as we had seen the best beaches ...
... camp along our route including National Parks, free camps and the traditional Caravan Parks. If you read the comments you usually get a good feel for the place... sometimes you just rock up to a spot and get a feel for it then and there, turn around and head off someplace else. Although Big Brook was a nice place to camp we didn't really want to stay for more than a night. I had noticed Windy Harbour 60 kms south of Pemberton and ...
... although you will only find the first one in the nature guidebooks). There was also the UFB, commonly known as the unidentified flying bird, which zipped by too quickly for us to even identify its color. We didn’t see any red-headed, double-breasted mattress thrashers this time around. We also didn’t see any non-bird wildlife, as all the marsupials are nocturnal other than the numbat, which Tanya kept referring to as the nunchuck. We didn’t see any martial ...
... from these horrible creatures than from drinking rainwater! I kept on riding. Sadly the wind dropped, and it got a bit hillier, so my pace returned to normal. After another 2 hours or so of riding, I decided it was time for lunch. I was looking for a nice shady spot by the road, perhaps with a sturdy sign or tree to lean the bike against. During this extra careful bit of observation, I spotted a new and exciting creature: my first wild snake!! Mr./Mrs. Snake ...
It had been a very wet and windy night. When we woke up the power was off. After brekky we went over to the house to book in for a couple more nights as we are loving it so much here. Dave told us that a tree had probably come down on a power line and that the power was due back on around lunch time. On the way back to the camper van we went to say hi to our gorgeous animal friends. After this we had a drive out to the Pemberton area about 30 kilometres away. The ...