It was so nice to be heading out to Cape Range National Park, The Karajong campsite was impressive, so nice to have plenty of space between each spot. We were a short walk to very clean drop toilets and we had a path that lead straight to the beach. It was so relaxing and peaceful (except for the kids of course!!) It was nice that a family we had met previously were there for their last night so we could catch up with them.
We spent our days hanging at the beach, looking for crabs, sandcastle making and snorkelling. It was so awesome to only have to walk 5 metres into the water and you were over the Ningaloo reef looking at all the amazing coral and the beautiful fish.
We also went for drives to explore the other bays and campsites for swims, snorkelling or fishing depending on what we all felt like doing. Turquoise Bay was very beautiful. We also had a drive to the escarpment close by to look for rock wallabies, have a bit of a walk and Brad put up the drone for a while.We also went down to Yardie Creek as a friend we have met on the road mentioned a tour they do down there spotting rock wallabies and other wildlife. The tour guide was quite a crack up and was full of yarns as he took you down the picturesque Yardie Creek – it was absolutely stunning!!
August 29, 2017
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