Kalbarri Seafront Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Merryn & Matthew had chosen to do the 8 km walk from Eagle Gorge and whilst they completed this we visited Red Bluffe, Mushroom Rock & Rainbow Valley to name but a few.
The cliffs are magnificent here, rivalling the Great Ocean Road for coastal views and with Dolphins and Whales on offer to look out for, perhaps a better coastal location. At least the weather is better.
... is made of shells, trillions of them in fact! The shelly beach is up to ten mtrs deep and 60 km long and covered in Cockle shells, you know, the ones that Mary, Mary quite contrary had. It's thought that the first Cockle was deposited here 4,000 years ago so it's quite old. Thankfully, Lyn didn't see the need to collect any of these ones.
We had a bite of lunch whilst here and then after topping up with fuel at a nearby roadhouse, were on the road to Kalbarri. We ...
We headed to kalbarri today instead of staying at denham. The weathers been windy and cold so seemed a good day to travel 350km. We spoke to the tourist info at Denham about steep point and were told its a 4 hour trip one way so we decided to give it a miss. We got to kalbarri and walked down to the tourist info here at kalbarri and the main road to the national park is closed today from the heavy rain yesterday. Hopefully it opens before we ...
... it was fine (for her to drive) as she was "in the middle of the road". The chap apparently responded that red lights mean stop even tough they are only on the edges of the road and that is what the sign meant. He made her turn around.
So off to Kalbarri we headed via another lookout and Allan made our espresso coffee. The view from the lookout is to the town of Kalbarri, the mouth of the Murchison, and the cliff lines out to the Indian ...
... coast are wide and long. There isn't anything between the little towns, you can drive for 100km and won't see any shops or petrol stations. We've had to be sensible with making sure our petrol doesn't get low, because you might not see a car for an hour and we don't want to break down and be so far away from everything.
I had been driving for about half hour when I see police ...