BEST WESTERN Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth
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This Best Western used to serve as the women's barracks for the US Navy. It's a little out of the way and sterile, but did seem to be the best alternative to the Novotel, which was $200 more per night. Awesome A/C.
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8th - 11th Sept
We are on the Ningaloo coast, at the northern end of Ningaloo Reef, a World Heritage listed reef stretching about 400klm south. Cape Range National Park runs for approximately 60klm of this coastline and is quite unique with two things, firstly the reef is easily accessible by swimming from the beach, sometimes as little as 10 metres, second is the abundance of campsites made available by the National Parks. The camps are well ...
... Yardie Creek which was more a river than a creek. We walked up the gorge. The southern road out to Ningaloo Station from Yardie Creek is on the side of a sand dune and then through the river and along the beach – it looked very rugged so needless to say we’ll be taking the main northern route out of Cape Range tomorrow.
Delicious salmon pasta with beans, broccoli and button squash with custard for dessert and then us girls played ...
... The coral wasn’t as colourful as the Great Barrier reef but I suppose that is understandable as it is right on the beach but there was a fantastic amount of very colourful fish. When Audrey and Glen had gone back to the beach Bonnie and I saw a party fish (that is the name Audrey though of) – it was the most colourful fish we saw – it was white with black, yellow, blue, purple and red.
We relaxed back at camp ...
... that they could reach the spots that they were in. Our tour guide assured us that they hop up to the top in seconds. It was a great tour. We called in to Osprey Beach and Turquoise Bay on our way back to Exmouth today but it was unfortunately too windy with strong currents to snorkel there but we hope to do more of this when we get to Coral Bay on Sunday.
Love to all. Talk to you in a week or two.
... town called Onslow. We made it to a free camp just off the side of the road, at a spot called Barradale. We camped on the edge of a dry river, with plenty of firewood and space. Our catch from the morning was cooked on the camp fire (the trevally was good!) along with baked potatoes – yum!
We had an early night and woke to watch a beautiful sunrise through the river gums before hitting the road ...