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Augusta

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7 travelers at this place:

  • Day18

    Augusta...unsere letzte Station.

    January 15, 2018 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 21 °C

    Gestern sind wir in Albany abgereist. Schweren Herzens, aber es kam ja noch eine Station: Augusta.
    Wir sind zuerst entlang der Küste, wieder durch Denmark, mit einem Stop in der Honigeisdiele, und dann quer durch den Süden gegurkt. 395 km bei Spitzentemperaturen von 39 Grad im Inland.
    Der Zyklon hat sich etwas verspätet, so dass auch heute in Augusta das Wetter super war.
    Heute haben wir dann noch einen kleinen coastal walk gemacht (10 km bei 28 grad) und waren anschliessend in der Jewel Cave, einer Tropfsteinhöhle. davon gibts hier 3 oder 4.
    Wunderschön!
    Anschliessend war Pause und ich habe mir frischen pink snapper filet auf dem Weber Grill gegrillt. LECKER.
    Heute abend zum Sonnenuntergang bin ich dann nochmal zum Cape Leeuwen gefahren.
    Ach, guckt es euch an....ein perfekter Abschluss von 3 Wochen Westaustralien.
    Wir sind beide total begeistert.
    Kommt alle her. es lohnt sich ❤
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  • Day23

    Augusta Kitesurf Location

    January 31, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Südlich von der Stadt Augusta am wunderschönen Flinders Bay tümmelten sich ein paar Delfine, trotz der vielen Kiter im Wasser. Hier haben wir viele Deutsche getroffen, die für ein paar Wochen an der Westküste Urlaub zum Kiten oder Windsurfen machen. Endlich konnte auch Viktor seinen Kite ausprobieren.

    South of the city Augusta at the beautiful Flinders Bay, there were some dolphins splashing about in water despite all the kitesurfers around. Here we met lots of Germans, who are taking a vacation at the West coast for kitesurfing or windsurfing. Eventual Viktor could give his kite a trial.
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  • Day6

    Sunday around Augusta - again

    April 7 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 19 °C

    The day started (and finished) with good sunshine weather.
    We had decided to have a game of golf at the famous Augusta golf course, where they play the Masters. Imagine our disappointment when we arrived, to find nobody there (a week out from the big tournament) and also to find oil/sand greens on the course !!
    So, we decided to give it a miss.
    The real reason for not playing was that we had to pay for the round using the honour system, and we did not have the right money on hand. Nobody around to ask for change, and about an hour after our round, there was a big local Sunday tournament being held there. And to cap it off, there was a dire sounding warning notice about how our future lives were going to be irreparably damaged if we did not pay correctly before our round commenced.
    So, we woosed out and instead drove to Hamelin Bay. Even though we knew how to get there, we decided to follow the car's satnav directions. It took us along a very obscure route which was about 5kms longer than it should have been.
    But a beautiful time at Hamelin Bay. Great weather and quite a few people around, looking for the rays. There were a few around that were quite friendly, but not as good as the ones we saw in Augusta in the river.
    In the later afternoon, we did another drive around Augusta, and then followed by some shopping.
    We did not partake in the 5pm social gathering, but managed to watch the Eagles dispose of Collingwood in the footy. Good to see.
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  • Day4

    Greenbushes to Augusta

    April 5 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Set off on our trip to Augusta, via Bridgetown.
    Stopped at Bridgetown, which seems a great place to spend time. Did some shopping. Also picked up a tip that we can pass on - the caravan parking spot just behind the main town area, is a good spot to leave the van whilst you walk around the town. And it also has free power for you to use if you wish.
    Continued our trip, via Nannup, and another tip for would be travellers. If you are looking for possibly the best pie in Australia, look no further than the Nannup bakery. We have previously experienced their pies when we stayed in Nannup with the SA family earlier in the year. So, a return visit was needed.
    And on a slightly related topic, we also made use of the public dump point, which is just near the caravan park.
    On to Augusta and checked in at Munday CP, which is located just north of the Augusta town. This is a small farm block which has recently been converted into a caravan park, with all the facilities. A very friendly and welcoming host. A bit pricey at $40 per night, but good and comfortable.
    Hooked everything up, and setup.
    The host puts on a fire box in the camp kitchen area, and all people in the park pop over at 5pm for a drink and chat. If you get there at 5.01pm, you are regarded as being late. We were a bit late, but enjoyed a couple of hours around the fire, chatting with everybody. Picked up some good tips and suggested places to visit. These Grey Nomads are very friendly and very keen on a chat. Lordie me, can they chat !!
    A cold night, but all ok with an extra blanket on the bed.
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  • Day92

    First Stop - Augusta

    November 9, 2015 in Australia ⋅ 🌬 17 °C

    Und Schwups nach mehreren Stunden Fahrt begrüßt uns das betrübte kleine Örtchen Augusta... Es ist frisch aufgrund des stürmischen Wetters, trotzdem schön endlich am Meer zu sein.
    Die Straßen und Wege sind ringsherum dicht bewachsen,buschige Landschaft 😆🌳🌿🌲

You might also know this place by the following names:

Augusta, آگسٹا، مغربی آسٹریلیا, 奧古斯塔

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