Kaden Beecroft

Joined April 2019
  • Day40

    Day 40 Broome

    Yesterday in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    Today we woke up all tired and sweaty from last night's heatwave of 38 degrees. We left the free camp on our way to Broome. It was only a 2 hour drive. Once we arrived in Broome we booked into a really nice caravan park in Cable Beach. First thing we did was jump in the pool for a splash, it was a really nice pool with a mini waterfall, behind the waterfall with a mini cave. after we had finished mucking around in the pool we're driving to town to check out the information centre. The information centre we found some things we might do while we're in Broome including: a China town festival, snubfin dolphin tour, and a bird place. After we had finished at the visitor centre and the shopping centre we return back to the camp to help back in the pool. after second time in the pool mum wanted to go for a walk down to the beach to watch the sunset. Tomorrow we're going to have another look around the town.Read more

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  • Day39

    Day 39 Port Hedland

    May 22 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 34 °C

    Today we drove through Port Hedland to have look around then started on our way to Broome. On our way to Port Hedland wee saw ginormous trains carrying iron ore from Tom Price. We also saw giant salt piles. In Port Hedland we stopped by the visitor centre. We also watched a giant shop get pulled out into the ocean by tug boats. after we had finished and port hedland we started on our way to Broome. At the end of the day we finally found a nice free camp to stop atRead more

  • Day38

    Day 38 Karijini National Park

    May 21 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    Today I woke up to the sound of galahs squawking their heads off outside. In the morning we went outside to feed the galahs like yesterday morning, they were very friendly galahs, they flew into our our shoulders and arms to eat the seed. After feeding the galahs we drove off to the Weano Gorge where we heights down to Kermit Pool. After the hard hike we drove back to the karijini visitor centre, we handed in some work sheets that we had filled out over the past day, the lady assessed our work and awarded us badges. Ben reset off on our way towards port hedland, along the way we saw a big truck towing a ginormous haul truck. We set up at a free camp just outside of Port Hedland. tomorrow we're going to go through Port Hedland and start on our way to Broome.Read more

  • Day37

    Day 37 Tom Price

    May 20 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Today we explore the area around Tom Price, which includes the mines and karijini. Today was my sister's birthday, we woke up early to sing happy Birthday and give her, her presents, we got her a whale shark soft toy, a Rubik's cube, a really fun card game, and some clothes. After we had sung happy Birthday to my sister we fed the friendly park galahs outside. Next we go down to the visitors information centre, where we booked tickets to go on the Rio Tinto mining tour. The mining tour was very informative and interesting. We learnt about how iron ore is mined and how everything in the mind works. We even got a souvenir piece of iron ore. Next we drove off to the karijini National Park visitor information centre. Where we learnt about karijinis history and Aboriginal history. After the information centre we drove off to a waterfall called the Fortescue fall and fern pool. After walking around the Fortescue Fall we were all very exhausted. once we arrived back in the park we had dinner which was pizza had cake and watched a movie. Tomorrow we're leaving Tom Price to go off to karijini National Park.Read more

  • Day36

    Day 36 Tom Price

    May 19 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    Today we left Exmouth on our way up to Port Hedland, today we got about halfway, in a town called Tom Price. Along the way we stopped twice. The first stop was just stop to stretch our legs and had lunch, while we enjoyed an ice-cream. The second stop was at a giant haul truck called Terex, it was used for mining iron ore. Finally we had arrived in Tom Price caravan park. As we had arrived at the park late we didn't get to do much. Tomorrow is my sister's birthday and we are going to celebrate her 11th Birthday by exploring karijini National Park.Read more

  • Day35

    Day 35 Exmouth

    May 18 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 20 °C

    Today was more of a relaxing day, just to take a break from all the action, but we did do a few little things throughout the day. The first thing we did was check out an op shop, we found some movies, some books and we found a big folder for all of my work. Next we just came back to the park for a swim. Next we went shopping looking for some presents for my sister's birthday coming up. While shopping we looked through a fishing shop foursome fishing tops but all of the tops were very expensive. Next we drove off to a fishing club where we found more fishing tops for a cheaper price. The last thing we did was look for a place to have dinner. The fishing club was a bit expensive and there wasn't a very wide range of meals. The next spot we tried was the yacht club but it was closed. so on our way back to the caravan park we started to other restaurants, the first one was more of a country styled bar, the second one was called Adrift Cafe, we decided to stay and eat at that one. I had nachos. Tomorrow we're leaving Exmouth on our way to Port Hedland.Read more

  • Day34

    Day 34 Whale Sharks

    May 17 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 20 °C

    Today we took a tour out to swim with the whale sharks on a catamaran the company was called Ningaloo Discovery. We had to wake up really early to catch a bus waiting for us at the front of the park. The bus was called Ningaloo Discovery. We stopped at a few other parks to pick up some other people along the way. We drove for about an hour until we arrived at the Tantaberi boat ramp. At the boat ramp we waited for our Tinder to arrive. The Tinder could only carry about 4 or 5 people at a time. We were on the third ride out to a catamaran called the Windcheetah. Bored they gave us a rundown of the safety instructions and the whale shark regulations. Our first stop was just a small stop to make sure our gear worked and everyone was a confident swimmer. Then the driver got a call from a plane saying that there was a whale shark nearby. The sight was amazing It was a huge, beautiful creature, it is so sad that whale sharks are endangered because the Chinese and the Japanese have been cutting off their fins for shark fin soup. For most of the day we were stopping at whale sharks to swim around them, a few of them dived but there was always another one nearby. After we had all finished swimming with the whale sharks we headed back closer to shore. We had one more stop which was just a snorkel over the reef. I saw lots of different types of fish, turtles, stingrays, and starfish, sadly we didn't spot any dugongs. On the way back to the boat ramp the crew threw a net over the back of the boat, and we were allowed to go out and jump on the rope as the boat was coming into shore, it was very hard to hang on to the rope but it was very fun and enjoyable. While we were heading back to our caravan park we were all very tired and exhausted. Tomorrow we will still be in Exmouth but it will be more of a relaxing day.Read more

  • Day33

    Day 33 Ningaloo Coast

    May 16 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    The groceries at the today we decided to go check out the Ningaloo Coast at the Cape Range National Park. Is a 45 minute drive with 3 stops. The first stop was the SS Mildura shipwreck. The SS Mildura used to be a cattle ship in 1907, it was carrying 484 bullocks when it was caught in a cyclone and crashed into a reef. The captain had successfully travelled this region 68 times, but because of the crash he was suspended for three months. The bullocks we left to swim to shore which was a mile away, but most of them drowned. The ship became a bombing Target practice site for the Australian airforce in 1942. The second stop was a lighthouse used in WWII. The last place we stopped at was a information centre which taught us about the area and the animals that reside there. Once we arrived at the beach we when snorkeling. There was a very strong current put pulling out to sea which we had to be careful of. We saw lots of different fish and met some very friendly fish called Black Spotted Darts. After finishing at the beach we returned back to the camp to have our showers and play in the pool. Tomorrow we are taking a tour out on a boat to swim with the whale sharks, I'm very excited.Read more

  • Day32

    Day 32 Exmouth

    May 15 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    Today we left Coral Bay to arrive in Exmouth, home of the whale sharks. We didn't stop at any stops along the way. The first thing we did in Exmouth was go to the Exmouth Discovery Centre. We learnt about Exmouths history, whale sharks and the Ningaloo Reef. After the discovery centre we returned back to our caravan park where we went to the pool to have a splash and met our local residents who are very cheeky and like to come in a caravan. They had two long legs, three toes, covered in feathers ,don't fly, big eyes, long necks, and very cheeky demeanor (Emus). Tomorrow we're going to check out the cape National Park.Read more

  • Day31

    Day 31 Coral Bay

    May 14 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    Today we were in Coral Bay for the day, and the first thing we did today was go snorkeling. We had pretty much done Coral Bay on the first day here, but we had booked in at the caravan park for two nights, so we went snorkeling. We saw more coral reef today and saw lots more fish. The biggest fish were hanging around the shore. We were snorkeling for most of the day, but when we aventualy finished we drove down to another beach to see the Beautiful sunset. Tomorrow we are planning to arrive in Exmouth.Read more

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