Day 62 Thursday 7th May 2015 Osprey campground, Cape Range NP Tucked into the Cape Range, tidal fed Yardie Creek Gorge is a hidden gem. The flat bottom boat takes us slowly and quietly up the creek. The red walls … Continue reading Go West, Day 62 – Ningaloo Reef
Day 61 Wednesday 6th May 2015, cloudless, windy Osprey campground, Cape Range NP The wind picked up again overnight and we wake to whistling and buffeting. “It’s enough to blow your wig off” as Aunty Thel would have said. High misty crests crown the breakers on the reef. We find a blowhole in the rocks that roars like an ogre with every wave when the tide is high. I am so captivated by the rock formations that I scramble head down across the rocks taking photos of fossilised coral and watching my every foothold carefully for fear of being shredded … Continue reading Go West, Day 61 – Ningaloo Reef
Day 60 Tuesday 5th May 2015, cool very windy Exmouth to Osprey campground, Cape Range Nat Park A southerly blew strongly overnight making it hard to sleep. On TV the Perth weather girl is wearing a jumper and complaining about … Continue reading Go West, Day 60 – Ningaloo Reef
May 2015, Cape Range, WA The sign in the Cape Range National Park says that we may see Euros. Do they mean small marsupials or young backpackers in clapped out Wicked Campers? Continue reading Euros eh?
May 2015 The Cape Range rises steeply behind the Western Australian town of Exmouth and the Charles Knife Road is steep, windy and rough but what a ride, especially on the way back down. Wandering about we found a plugged … Continue reading Charles Knife Gorge