Gantheaume Point – Dinosaur Footprints We checked the tides and found we had only one opportunity to see the dinosaur footprints at Point Gantheaume during our stay so we were up and out at the break of dawn the next day. Footprints fossilized in the mud from a variety of dinosaurs can only be seen… Read More Broome – Part 2
It was love at first site when we arrived in Broome. The sun was sparkeling on the incredibly blue waters of Roebuck Bay as we set up camp on the beachfront. The lush gardens featured the distinctive boab trees along with the shady fig trees and tropical palms. The warm air surrounding us was scented… Read More Broome – Part 1
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Leaving Point Sampson we stopped for fuel at Port Hedland before continuing along the Great Northern Highway. There’s not a lot to see along this stretch apart from the occasional cow. We decided to stop at Eighty Mile Beach for the night. The caravan park is located right on the beachfront. As we were only… Read More Eighty Mile Beach
Point Sampson We didn’t travel far when leaving Karratha, heading only 56 kilometres east to Point Sampson. This small and quiet town started out as a fisherman settlement and this is still the primary industry today. After setting up in the caravan park in the heat of the day we went for a short stroll down… Read More Point Sampson