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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Great day went out to cape Peron & did the walk to skipjack point, almost 3 hours & so beautiful, like being in a red desert but seeing the beach & clear ocean . Gregorio's was very nice probably the best of the camping spot with nice snorkeling & beach fishing, is protected by a sandbar Track was very soft Gerald bight was calm compared to other spots Had a quiet sunset drink at little lagoon the went to bed ...
... amp; seagrass bank restricting tidal movements in this bay, combined with the heat in the area, creates high evaporation & the hot shallow bays become saltier which most animals have problems with, but not these little cockle shells. (Alex, you’d love this place!! Seagrass galore!) The salinity is so high that it’s almost akin to the Dead Sea. You can’t swim well there, but you would be able to float very well.
Nicholas was keen ...
Tuesday 27th October and we wake with a heavy heart as we have to depart one of the most tranquil and beautiful places we have stayed at. By 7.30 am we are pulling out of Coral Bay still asking one another if we should go or not, but hey, all good things have to come to an end, so off we go with Carnarvon plugged into the GPS. Carnarvon is about 250 km south of Coral Bay, the banana capital of Western Australia. Not much on the road today beside a lot of wild goats with ...
... sea, my favourite. Pelicans around on the beach. Took a pic but far away. Geoff goes to take one from waters edge and has a long chat with an Aussie from Melbourne. We decide not to go for a meal but just to snack. I call at the shop for a few bits and bobs. Stay in. Geoff asleep from about 8pm. I will try to go to bed about 10. It is 9.20pm now. We have to get up to feed the Dolphins they start at 7.45am. Before midnight at ...
... After we arrived we took a walk around the grounds here. Along the way we learnt two things. First, the resort itself is a bit of a dive, and second Monkey Mia itself is a place of much beauty. The beach was spectacular. We walked over to the jetty where they feed the Dolphins in the mornings, and that's our plan for tomorrow. After our walk Carm and I took what we needed to the kitchen to make a salad. I wasn't able to make the risotto due to lack of power in our van at the ...