Kalbarri Seafront Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... feel the heat rising – There were big warning signs saying "Heat Kills!" and advising that the heat in the national park can reach 50 degrees, and is often more than 10 degrees higher than the coastal Kalbarri area….. The forecast for Kalbarri town today was 34 degrees – gulp…..!
We drove about 30km into the national park and stopped next at “The Loop Lookout”. It was right beside the carpark, ...
... foreshore, amidst the
turquoise green water – Right beside a major shipping port, but you’d never
know. We drove up to the “HMAS Sydney II
Memorial” on the hill overlooking the town – What a superbly done memorial! HMAS Sydney II was an Australian Naval ship
(destroyer) which was built in England in 1939, and put to work in Australia
during WW2. She had a very successful
career, destroying a couple of Italian ...
... for HMAS Sydney in Geraldton. It's easy to think that world war two only took place in Europe, maybe Asia and Hawaii. But the memorial remembers the sinking of the HMAS Sydney off Western Australia, all 635 souls on board were lost, sunk by a German warship, which was also sunk in the battle.
A poignant memorial, a dome made of stainless steel seagulls, I assume one for each life lost, we didn't count them all so don't know for sure. ...
... end of the story. Quite funny in a serious sort of way: dad towing son with a snatch strap, who had no p/s or brakes, at 80km/hr, along sand tracks, with son on the CB saying things like "dad, I'm not comfortable...." to which the reply was..."just use your handbrake!.."
Caught a couple of edible fish, and the biggest puffer fish I've ever seen: they call them "North West Blowies" - no wonder we had been bitten off a couple of times, he had HUGE teeth!. Stopped in Northhampton. ...
... Leonard'). Il a decide la secession avec l'Australie et a declare la province un Etat souverain.
Nous n'avons pas compris tous les details, mais voici ce que nous avons saisi. La famille Casley cultivait du ble sur cette terre. Le gouvernement du Western Australia a introduit de nouveaux quotas de production de ble au moment ou la famille etait sur le point de recolter, et apparemment avant que les quotas ne soient ...