BEST WESTERN Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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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After two sea days, we tendered at Exmouth (pop. 2,500) in northwestern Australia on a peninsula. It is isolated, about 1,400 km west of Darwin and about 600 km North of Perth. One must drive 230 km on this secondary highway to access the main road leading to Perth or Darwin. It began as a communications base about 50 years ago. There is a small fishing industry, but it is fast becoming a very popular tourist destination because of the whale sharks, ...
A short 80 km drive from the eastern side of the Cape to the western side and we were at Cape Range National Park. We booked into the camping ground at Osprey Bay which is almost at the southern most tip of the park for 3 nights but there are plenty of camping grounds to choose from as they are dotted along the coastline for the best part of 50 kilometres.
From the beach at Osprey Bay and all along the coast you can snorkel over ...
Tuesday, 14th October
We went drift snorkelling over the reef at Turquoise Bay this morning. The reef is a fringing reef and hugs the coast, the waves break on the outer reef, forming a sort of lagoon with a current that runs along the beach before going back out through a break in the reef. So you walk up the beach, jump in and swim out a bit and then just drift over the coral with the current until you are at the starting point and do it ...
... views, snorkeling and having some time to ourselves, to which after a restless night I need. On the way back I notice a girl I recognize, she was from Broom, but would she remember me? The day which we left for Julies she was in a sorry state, maybe due to the drinks the night before, maybe the extreme heat and lack of water, she looked a lot better now. After telling Erik we head out to the beach where we find her, Sandra the Swedish, we talk for a little ...
This morning we headed off to the Cape Range National Park to explore some of the beaches fronting onto Ningaloo reef. We headed north from Exmouth to the tip of the gulf and then on down the other side. We stopped off at the lighthouse where there was an amazing viewpoint. After that, it was beach after beach and after a short stop at the visitor centre we made our way to Turquoise Bay.
What a beautiful piece of paradise we found, crystal clear turquoise waters, ...