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  • Day133

    Bremer Bay

    June 14, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    We have now moved on from Esperance after 4 at times very wet nights the sun came out to allow us to pack up in the dry.
    We headed south west passing through Monjingup, Dalyup, Coomalbigup, Munglinup, Ravensthorpe and Jerramungup, lots of small towns with few inhabitants, Ravensthorpe being the largest but that only has around 440 people living there, the price of fuel was back up to 180 cents per litre. The new bridge replacing the one that was washed away during the 2017 floods looks good but you would expect that for $11 million.
    We stopped once for fuel and once to let the pups out for a leg stretch.
    In the end after about 405kms we have reached Bremer Bay we stopped here in 2017 when the Ravensthorpe bridge collapse prevented us from going to Esperance from Albany,
    That last time we stayed at the Bremer Bay caravan park, this time we thought we would try the other park called Bremer Bay Beaches caravan park and so far we are liking it.
    The park is full of peppermint trees with a lot of sites placed at different heights which better than the normal all in a flat row, gives the place more character.
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