Middleton Beach

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  • Day16

    Drive to Albany

    January 13, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Departing our idyllic chalet we headed east towards Walpole, driving through all manner of Karri and Marri trees. Coffee stop on the Top Deck then on to Denmark where we had an excellent lunch. We reached Albany shortly after 2pm and found our accommodation to be spacious and extremely well equipped.
    A short stroll brings us to Middleton Beach where we ate in the Three Anchors, whilst being entertained by a three piece band and some super whale photos.
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  • Day17


    January 14, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

    In the morning after a hearty breakfast we visited the ANZAC museum just along the scenic drive. It was very well presented, with each of us being given a card with which we were identified with a character from WW1 and were able to follow their story through various battles. At 10.39 we joined Tony for an entertaining tour of the fort, which dates from a similar period to the Verne on Portland. After coffee we shopped at IGA, fuelled the car and bought stamps for cards.
    An afternoon walk along the boardwalk was very enjoyable topped off with Tasmanian bubbles to complete the day.
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  • Day26

    Van Life

    April 29, 2017 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 15 °C

    Yesterday we picked up a rented camper van from Perth that we have for the next 56 days until we need to return it to Darwin. After admin, checking the van over and food shopping we didn't get started til late afternoon. However, we managed to get as far as Kojonup (300km) by sunset but left the unpacking until daylight this morning. Already it feels completely different from the East coast as soil seems to have been replaced by red dust/sand. Looking forward to settling into van life for the next eight weeks. We got to Albany today and after a quick look around town and lunch we went up to the viewpoint and Anzac memorial at Mount Clarence. It has amazing views over the Princess Royal Harbour and King George Sound. It's where all the ships carrying 42,000 soldiers, from both NZ and Australia, left for the war in Europe (WW1) but were diverted to Egypt. Booked into a camping holiday park and have enjoyed the pool and spa this evening, although trying to convince ourselves that it's not our scene!Read more

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