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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the jetty looking none to enthusiastic. The boys have dropped their pots about 2klm out to sea on the south side of the shipping channel, however, in Roy's fishing boat it only takes about 15 minutes before we are pulling up pots, all empty, bugged! That said it was an interesting morning and helped developed a hunger for breakfast and coffee. We had arranged with Brett Luscombe, John's cousin who actually now runs the ...
... van in the video was not the same model. When a key broke in my hand as I was using it in a lock before even leaving the car park, we decided to go in and seek some further instruction. This I did and I encountered the rude woman again ... and she was even ruder than before. Before too long though Darryl arrived to replace the key and I ended up roping him into giving us our guided tour, even though he said he wasn't sent for that purpose. He was very nice and helpful though. ...
... crew of her when she was sunk by the German raider Koramorant that also apparently perished as a result of the naval battle. The memorial has three elements comprising of a West Australian black marble wall commemorating the whole of the crew; the dome of seagulls with each representing each of the crew; the bow of the HMAS SYDNEY; a bronze statue of a woman representing the waiting for the return of ...
... then a tour of the "workshop" which was well equipped by the blokes and donations from the local community and businesses including Bunnings who contributed anything discontinued in their store such as different brands of sanding discs, drill bits, screws and any 2nd's of timber etc. Even the shop, that is privately owned, is on loan to the group until it is redeveloped at some time! Geraldton has ...
... to compare on our 2014 trip which was the same time away. Accommodation is the one that stands out with a rise of about $250. Caravan parks were definitely dearer in the north. Total = $9504 Food, Entry Fees, Internet etc., = $4960 $909 Accommodation. Majority was free camps $3635 Fuel 13,417 kilometres 2160 Litres of fuel ...