Oceanside Village

Address: 117 Knight Terrace, Denham, Western Australia, 6537, Australia | 4 star villa
 
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This 4 star villa is located on 117 Knight Terrace, Denham.
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    Travel Blogs from Denham

    Road trip

    A travel blog entry by ddarrahj91 on Mar 28, 2015

    18 photos

    ... There are around 12 residents, over 75square kilometres in all directions of farms and about 5 buildings. They consider themselves an independent country, although Australia doesn't really agree. They have their own royal family, currency, laws and we even got our passports stamped for entry and exit! 2. Monkey Mia, unfortunately this has turned into a bit of a tourist/local hot spot. They have turned it into a ...

    Steep Point to Monkey Mia

    A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 17, 2015

    10 photos

    ... We made it out and onto the Shark Bay peninsula with no more dramas. Our next stop was Shell Beach, where the entire beach is made up of little Fragum Cockle shells. A stretch of ten kilometres, and up to 10 metres deep in places, and all of it is these little shells, or fragments of them at least. Older sections have been cemented together over time, and become a type of limestone called Coquina. One end of the beach actually has an old ...

    Meadow to Steep Point

    A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    The heat woke us not long after six, which did not seem like a good start to the day! At least we'd have the air conditioner, as most of the day was going to be spent driving. From Billabong Roadhouse it was going to take over five hours to reach Steep Point, the most western point of the Australian mainland. We left Billabong Roadhouse and stopped half an hour down the road at Overlander Roadhouse for fuel, as Russ had already sussed it out and knew that diesel was 5c a ...

    Shark Bay

    A travel blog entry by roger-annie on Feb 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... cliffs overlooking the Shark Bay Marine Reserve. It is very, very windy here and the handrails surrounding the platforms are a comfort. You do get a very good view into the crystal clear water and we were lucky to see three sharks and a ray cruising along but we're not successful in photographing any - so will just have to take my word. From Eagles Bluff it was back on Bob's bus to Shell Bay. She'll Bay, is in fact a lagoon where the sea ...

    There's a Long, Long Trail Awinding

    A travel blog entry by roger-annie on Feb 09, 2015

    5 photos

    ... it shows he is still awake. There is a road which is 102 kilometres dead straight and with monotonous scenery, you never know. But Bob is a true professional and didn't nod off once. I know because I was keeping watch in his rear view mirror. It is getting warmer as we are approaching the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. I should say something about this National Park, if you have never been. It is what the Australians call a large area, I would call ...