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Day 60 - Wednesday 4 July 2012

Carnarvon

The temperature was 6 degrees overnight, but by the time that we got up it was about 10 degrees and this afternoon we had a maximum of 25 degrees, and not a cloud in the sky. After breakfast we made a visit to Woolies supermarket for supplies as we intend to do some free camping before we get to Broome in 10 days or so, and the Woolies servo for diesel, again our last chance for fuel with a 4 cents per litre discount.

After lunch we drove out to Point Quobba to have a look at the Blowholes and the HMAS Sydney memorial cairn. While we were there we checked out the Point Quobba Campground that had about 50 or 60 caravans camped in the dunes. There are minimal facilities - drop toilets and a dump point - no water and no power, and it costs $5.50 per night. We also had a look at the Quobba Station Caravan Park but felt that it was a little expensive at $27.00 for a powered site, but little else in the way of facilities.

Point Quobba Lighthouse

Point Quobba Lighthouse

Point Quobba Blowhole - Good

Point Quobba Blowhole - Good

Point Quobba Blowhole - Better

Point Quobba Blowhole - Better

Point Quobba Blowhole - Best

Point Quobba Blowhole - Best

Point Quobba surf

Point Quobba surf

Di at Point Quobba

Di at Point Quobba

HMAS Sydney Memorial

HMAS Sydney Memorial

HMAS Sydney Memorial Cairn

HMAS Sydney Memorial Cairn

Posted by TwoAces 04:57

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