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Travel Blogs from Exmouth
... Park Nov 4th - 7th
Off early the next morning ( Melbourne Cup Day ) before it got too hot and headed for Exmouth.
We were still setting up when the big race was on as we are three hours behind in time and took a break to listen to the race!!
We had a relaxing afternoon and enjoyed meeting the two resident emus who were well at home in the Caravan Park.
Next day we needed a rest but Will and Rick did go fishing ...
... RangeNP (near Exmouth) on the west coast ended up being not such a good idea..especially since K and I were sleeping on the awning...I'm sure it would have blown off had we been able to peg it down in the sand. Birthday Boy - Woke up to delicious pancakes with maple syrup, strawberries and cream fraiche (cooked by his adoring, gorgeous, thoughtful wife) - Birthday present from his adoring, gorgeous thoughtful wife....a Canon5D Mark III camera ( actually we have ...
... The next two spots were better visibility and there were sooo many amazing fish and colourful coral! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!
Unfortunately, we had to leave, as it is a small town (pop 2500!) and not much was happening work wise. We didn't time our arrival well, as their peak season just finished.
We are continuing our beach adventures with a stop at Coral Bay, before heading to Carnarvon for some serious job ...
... had been renewed. We returned to the van and packed the fishing gear and went fishing off the wharf at Bundegi Beach. Steve caught a flathead with his first cast and then the fun stopped. I never got a bite and when the local lads arrived with their jet ski we decided that any fish that were in the area would have been scared out to sea by the noise so we packed up and drove home.
We had dinner in the restaurant which is ...
... over a number of years and decided they wanted to give something back. We came across other volunteer camp hosts in Karijini NP and I know which place I would prefer to volunteer, the beautiful clear waters of Cape Range NP or the hot red sand of Karijini NP - a definite no brainer.
Despite running out of batteries in the van again we really enjoyed our stay at Cape Range, the weather was perfect, Val the camp host told us the that the ...