Cocos Beach Bungalows
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- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... were in plague proportion, made a real mess of the windscreen. The banksia's were beautiful & lotz of them, they could be found along the roadside after Geraldton all the way to Perth, the other white flowers were quite amazing, but not as many as the banksia's.
We do have lotz of lightening & thunder happening here most days but not much wet stuff falling, although 1 day we did manage to get 30mls of ...
5 November - 9 November The day after Melbourne Cup day we made our way some 40 kilometres north of Broome back up to Quandong Point, on the road towards Cape Leveque. We were in luck when we returned, as the awesome camp site we had found a day earlier was still available. This place is just amazing. It is where the red dirt of the outback meets the white sand by the beach. The water was a beautiful blue and the temperature just perfect. Mind you, we weren't out of croc ...
... hills. We would have loved to explore the gorges but time was not on our side. Plus the scramble down was reported to be a bit tough (we later heard from Andrew and Julia that it was no big deal and their kids gripped it up). In particular, the spider walk to Kermit Pool scared us off as spider walking purportedly involved both arms and both legs being braced on either side of the gorge walls in order ...
... his stalled car and drove off....very close. We made it about 300kms down highway 1 before we started spotting wallabies just of the road - a good sign that it was time to stop. Sand fire roadhouse was our lodging for the night. A curious but nice enough little place with 10's of peacocks looking like they ran the place, a tough history of being flattened by cyclones and an awesome mango tree grove behind the camping area. There were hundreds of huge mangoes, ...
... camping. Like many Aussies living on the coast, the owner of the Delilah’s B&B, Snow, owns a boat which he stores under the boat port at the front of the house. As we have driven down residential roads in the various coastal towns, it is apparent that boat ownership is probably the norm not the exception.
And why wouldn’t you ,if you lived on this pristine coastline? Too hot for much of the year to be anywhere else but inside or near the water. ...