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Travel Blogs from Exmouth
... views of the waves breaking over the reefs. We visited the wreck of the SS Mildura which is a cattle ship wreck visible from the shore. Also spectacular views from the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse where we watched the sunset. Bundegi Beach saw us standing on a white sand dune watching Humpback Whales swim past and then breach. It is hard to describe this amazing area and all it has to offer.
... take quite some time before you get in the water.
It was finally our turn to swim with the Whale Shark, and it did not disappoint… What a truly amazing experience to swim with these gentle giants. So majestic and graceful, and they just cruise through the water paying us no attention at all. We were fortunate to get two drops and in between we snorkeled with Eagle Rays, Turtles and even had Humpback Whales pass us 20 metres away. Talk about sensory overload!
... warnings re stray stock and about 30 kms out of Exmouth we started to see a heap of sheep just casually grazing at the side of the road.
Of course there is always one that decides that the grass is greener on the other side of the road! Fortunately he (or she) made the decision a reasonable distance from us, so whilst we did have to brake rather sharply we didn’t end up with screeching tyres or a sideways van.
... for well earned and yummy lunch when a pod of 3 humpback whales swam along next to the boat, at one point they almost got on the boat! Amazing! They stayed alongside for ages which was so cool. We were just thinking that it was all over when the boat took off because Bill had seen a whale breaching up ahead. He was still going when we reached him and we got some incredible photos, even the crew were blown away, it doesn't happen very often, we got ...
... subs - messages are then sent via satellite back to the States.
Now the town is surrounded by oil rigs, plus a huge prawn and fishing industry. In the winter tourism is key - grey nomads everywhere! Bizzarely there is a development on the edge of Exmouth full of huge houses all with their own private moorings along man-made canals. (Apparently the GFC has slowed work down significantly)
A quick restocking of food ...