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Travel Blogs from Exmouth
... of Uralla, 20km out! Home of the New England Brewery (Cameron "let's stop here", kids "yes we want to get out of the car") and look to our left and there is a small and quaint caravan park (which is currently for sale - all legitimate offers considered) that we pull into and park.a Cameron nicks up to the brewery for a quick tasting selection (it is walking distance after all) while I set ...
31st January 2014 A fantastic thunderstorm and light show kept us entertained during our last evening in Broome. Up and away before 0800 with the 600Km trip south, destination Port Hedland in front of us with only two Roadhouses and no towns or villages in between. Little sign of the previous evenings storm and little sign of a rush hour either as we left town. Back on to Highway 1 and probably the most boring part of the road trip so far. Not a lot of traffic or road ...
... really! Then we pack up and head up the road to a place called Oyster Stacks – this is where Ningaloo Reef comes closest to land (right up to the beach) so while it’s a little rocky to enter and can only be entered at high tide (any lower and the reef surfaces) the reef itself is utterly beautiful – lots of colourful soft corals and plentiful fish. The site-naming oyster-covered rocks are pretty nice too, housing lots of ...
... us to undergo some basic vetting and to present our IDs at a security gate.
# This whole site was devastated by a Class 5 cyclone in 1999 (as colleague Phil Dann-Ward knows only too well). At the time, the local weather station reported winds of 270 km/h, after which the entire station blew away (presumably registering 270+ km/h!). A drinks vending machine from the base was famously found on a beach almost a kilometer away (in its correct upright position, ...
Coral Bay - Exmouth
Cape Range N.P.
Yardie Creek was a nice and informative tour.
In Turquoise Bay I didn't really swim out far enough to see a lot on Ningaloo Reef, because I saw so many signs saying "Be careful! Strong Currents!"
But the bay is beautiful. Although I think I saw oil platforms in the distance on the horizon.
Do they never learn??? Just so close to the reef?
But this was also the N.P. where we saw the most dead kangaroos!!!