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... as it was a very bumpy ride back & it took us at least an hour to get our land legs back once we’d been dropped off at the park. We all “felt a bit weird” (as Nicholas puts it) but a swim in the pool helped us feel a lot better. What an amazing day, we have absolutely no regrets doing this tour. Sure it was expensive, but being on our bucket list, we had to do it as we would have regretted NOT doing it had we left Broome without doing the tour.
Friday 9th October and with another hot day predicted, we rise early and pack for the next leg of our trip to Broome with a planned overnighter at the Larrawa nature cattle station. We are on the road by 6.30am and are back to the routine of watching for cattle and kangaroos. We pass the Doon Doon Roadouse that has seen better days and is just a dust bowl. The Kimberley is a very scenic area and we are soon amongst the O’Donnell Range and cross Mount ...
... before dinner. Dinner was the usual fare with Anita opting for the salad as usual and I for the curry beef. Due to the planned early morning tomorrow, we opted for a casino hit, Anita stayed for a beverage or two and I headed to the room. It was actually quite cool in the casino area and bed seemed the place to warm up. Anita returned to the room about an hour after, around 9.30pm and we had an early night due to Geraldton ...
... As the sun goes down it appears that it is just swallowed up by the sea. Truly magnificent sight. We may get the sunrise but unfortunately for most of us we are still in the land of zzzz's and miss them most days. The township of Broome was quaint with its little homestead style shops, not what I expected at all. It is a place all Australians should put on their bucket list if only to see the glorious sunset with a glass of wine in ...
... beach. To the left was an interesting maze of rocks and rockpools, and to the right the white sand continued several kilometres to a rocky headland, and along the beach were ruggedly beautiful sandstone cliffs and sculptured rocky monoliths (?).
We explored the rockpools and then the beach beyond them. We then took the main track back to the main campground, then through the unpowered sites back to ours, pleased with our selection - our sunset view over the water was ...