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  • Day19

    Denmark, strand og by

    December 26, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Vi vågnede tidligt. Solen skinnende ind og fuglene spillede musik. Der var flere forskellige lyde, det var et helt band der var igang.
    Vi fik lækker morgenmad og så tog vi på stranden. Lights Beach. En strand hvor hunde er tilladt.
    Tilbage til froskost
    Ud igen til visiter center og derefter en legeplads.
    Vi slappede af og drengene lånte Kevins movie theater og så futurama.
    En tur langs deres baghave og lasagne til aftenamad.
    Vi slappede mere af og hang ud.
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  • Day20

    Dag alene.

    December 27, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    Vi stod selv op, da alle var taget på arbejde og Ben sov længe. Vi kørte til stranden, dernæst til Green pools, Elefant Rocks og besøgte Bartholomæus Meadery. Til frokost spiste vi pie i parken, hvilket ikke var drengenes favorit, dernæst kørte vi til Alpaka Farm, hvor vi aede kænguruer og fodrede geder. En sjov dag.Read more

  • Day18


    September 24, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Public holiday in WA for the Queen’s birthday, nothing open in Albany. Drove to Denmark, everything open, bought some foam to ease the hardness of the blow up mattress. Bought some lunch from the Bakery, Steak & Kidney Pie for Mick, Roast vegetable wrap for me and a very nice coffee. Denmark is such a pretty little town.

    Drove out to the Franklin National Park. Initially checked out Crystal Springs and Mandalay Beach. Mandalay so named due to the Mandalay come aground on that beach and the incredible luck in the crew being saved. Everyone in the settlement, although having nothing themselves, provided what they could to feed and house the crew then get them safely home – incredible story.
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  • Day8

    Denmark, Western Australia

    February 15 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 25 °C

    Packed up from Rest Point and decided to only do a short leg today.
    Just down the road was the Tree top walk area through the tingle tree forrest, so we decided to pop into that, even though we had visited before.
    Managed to get on a free guided tour of the ancient forest area. Very interesting with a knowledgeable guide. Some great and splendid specimens of trees there.
    Back on the road to Denmark. Booked in to the Riverbend Caravan park, which is towards the back of Denmark. A nice area. The park is very basic, but we managed to get some power and water, eventually. We could have free camped right next door.
    Went into Denmark and had lunch and got some provisions. And a walk along the river area.
    Drove out to Ocean beach and had a walk by the ocean. A magic spot, as long as the wind is not blowing too hard.
    Back to the park for a relaxing evening and another walk by the river.
    Quiet night.
    In summary, a fairly rough and ready park and not very well organised. But a pleasant stay and the facilities are adequate. Recommended.
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  • Day5

    Augusta, Pemberton to Denmark WA

    December 22, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 18 °C

    We to Augusta to Cape Leeuin and check out the lighthouse and the place where 2 oceans meet. The most south western corner of Australia. Then we make our way to Denmark via Pemberton. At Pemberton we visit a local gallery that showcase wood work from local artists.
    The Gloucester Tree is a giant karri tree in the Gloucester National Park of Western Australia. At 53 metres in height, it is the world's second tallest fire-lookout tree. It is a major attraction now where you can climb it up stakes banged into the trunk. It is a bit of a dodgy climb. Ruby, Kate, Dan and I climb it. Mick and Steve go for a few metres and then come back, Ben stays on the ground a watches us. It is a long way up!
    We then get to Denmark and we fall in love with the caravan park we stay at. It is really pretty and has lots to do - kayaks, bikes, fishing
    Mick, Mel and the girls used to live in Denmark before they came to Flinders so this is a trip down memory lane for them
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  • Day20

    Denmark, Western Australia

    October 26, 2014 in Australia ⋅ 🌬 17 °C

    Unser Roadtrip fuerte uns weiter nach Denmark. Hier blieben wir fuer 3 Naechte. Es gab zwei superschoene Straende ca 20 km ausserhalb der Stadt(Elephant Rocks & Green Pool), die uns voll und ganz ueberzeugt hatten. Die Strecke zum Beach-wie ueblich eine dirty Road mit zahlreichen Schlagloechern. Wie freundlich und hilfsbereit die Australier waren zeigte sich den einen Abend wieder, als ein Fahrer bei uns vorfuhr und uns erstmal einen Kopf Blumenkohl schenkte. Auf solche netten Gesten waren wir bisher schon oft getroffen. Selbst in recht entlegenen Ecken wie Denmark hoerte man ziemlich haeufig auchmal deutsche Stimmen. Im Gegensatz zu uns fuhren diese jedoch zumeist im Kombi und schliefen darin (zu viert!!!).Read more

  • Day5


    September 9, 2016 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

    Ankunft am Campingplatz nach Büroöffnungszeit. Nach einem kurzen Telefonat mit der Verwaltung war dann auch schnell der freie Stellplatz gefunden.
    Die ersten Kängerus - lebend - nicht tot am Strassenrad, besuchten den Campingplatz und frassen das sonst schon kurzgeschnittene Grass ab.

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Denmark, دنمارك, Денмарк

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