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... called the engine room of this State, if not of Australia. For the last 45 years, its industry has been dominated by the exploitation of its abundant natural resources: iron ore, salt, copper, LNG (liquid natural gas) and oil. This part of the world generates a large % of Australia’s national income through its exports, taxes and royalties. On the back of China’s economic and structural development, WA has been experiencing a real ...
... us lots of great fishing spots, told us what bait to use and when the best time of the day was. How could we not catch a fish with all that local knowledge? We set out to the beach near the yacht club as high tide was coming in, threw our lines in and all we caught there was seaweed. After a hour or so of zero bites we changed our location to over the back of Cossack with the same result. By now the temperature was ...
... have come across... housed in the old jail from the early 1900s they provide facilities such as drinking water for your trailer and washing machines.
Finally we reached our destination - a coastal bush camp called Cleverville. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! We were going to spend about two nights, but on arrival we both looked at each other and went - nope we need a week!!! Camped on the beach, with our ...
... It took a while but around high tide things started to happen. Just around high tide I caught a Longtom... something I had never seen before. Razor sharp teeth... crazy fish.
After lunch we made a trip to Wickham where we found some monster mining trucks... WA booms through mining. After a short supermarket stop we headed back to the site to join Geoff and Julie for a few happy hour cold ...
... drive away. Some really great history of this little village. Some of the original buildings still stand but many have perished. We went up to the lookout and what a magnificent view of the lighthouse and surrounding waters. Took a few snaps and then headed back through the town stopping at the old school house. How cute it was, Chloe loved the old school desks and felt right at home in there. Finally got to take a few photos of the wildflowers, hopefully will find a few ...
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