Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Started the day getting organised for our trip to Cape Leveque. Leaving the camper behind was tough and we had to work out what to take and what to leave behind. After getting sorted we were back on the tourist trail.
First stop was the Mango Place. There wasn't really much there as it wasn't mango season but we did pick up mango jam, mango …
... is as Nullarbor as the Nullarbor and as full of sago bushes. There are a few interesting bits, where the spinifex grass stetches out under big sky and where the Pilbara offers bare mountain outcrops and some sand dunes, but that’s it. The rest is underground or under the water.
As you head north from Perth, you go through the environmental planning equivalent of sago bushes: brand new, 'living the dream’ seaside housing estates. Technically, the Institute ...
... rush and the Tide changes very Quickly . Upon returning we where offered to swim in a somewhat murky water cage which was protecting the swimmers from the Sharks swimming around waiting to get their Break-feast too. They actually fed them the Leftovers from our Meal " Ham& Eggs" which the Sharks happily snapped up. No body went into the Cage ! It really did not looked to appealing to me ...
... a night’s sleep but drive back to the beach to have tea where it is a little cooler due to the breeze from the sea. To be fair it was a lovely spot.
Back at the YHA car park it was ‘Bug battle 2’ which they won. I tried sitting in the car with the air-conditioning running which was OK for a while but when I switched the engine off I roasted again so had to put the windows down to let some fresh air in. I ...
... oh the luxury). Dave almost got bogged just driving the patrol up the "drive way" so It was a good D to leave the trailer a short walk away on the hard packed sand. Although it was a pain to cart the fridge and other supplies, the beach access and vista made it worth it for the one night. Another glorious day was spent lazing ...