Kalbarri Seafront Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the post office (at the other end of town) so I took the opportunity to read my book lying on the grass next to the river. Would have been lovely if the grass wasn’t so prickly & the wind trying to rip the pages from my book! So I gave up & went to watch the fishing in action. Not many good fish were being caught, only teeny tiny toad fish which the kids were then trying to feed the pelican. Not that it took them, it spat them out after its first one, but ...
... are more than the usual flies).
In Kalbarri we are staying in a B&B (Nautilus Retreat) which has a large and attractive suite by the pool. We get a DIY breakfast and can self cater/use the BBQ if we want. Kalbarri is where the Murchison meets the sea and the estuary area is very attractive - you can see why the town grew
up here. There are two pelicans floating on the bay as we go in search of Finlays Fish BBQ which turns out to ...
... bowls. Not practical. Anyhow, I'm now in the van again and have eaten a small apple with peanut paste for my breakfast. I'll read Marisa's book again now until they get back. They want to shop at the IGA so I don't think we will be hitting the road anytime soon. We will be lucky to get to Kalbarri by midday. It's a 45 minute drive from here. 5.22pm It's now 5.22pm. They were gone at the museum for a while. We left soon after they returned heading for Port Gregory ...
Weather - blue sky, mid twenties. A bit of a rest day today. Slow start to the morning. Walked on the beach and then got morning coffee from the van. Finished the morning off reading. After lunch decided to fish the turn of the tide. Not a good decision. Had lots of small bites and a few good ones ...
Left Wooramel and drove to Murchison House Station. Having lived in Murchison, Vic for about 20 years wanted to revisit the name. Four kms of moderately corrugated road in. We had heard that there were not many sites that weren't sand so we were a bit apprehensive. Found a safe site and explored the area. The original homestead was still there and had some interesting information about a Prince who had ...