Port Denison

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  • Day85

    Port Denison, Leaning Tree and Horrocks

    February 23, 2020 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

    For lunch, we stopped in Port Denison. We found a nice beach again and had a nice lunch break here.

    After around 1 hour we left Port Denison to drive towards Horrocks where we will stay overnight.
    On the way, we found some fascinating trees, the so-called “Leaning Trees”.
    You can see a lot of them in this area, most of them are smaller but this one in the picture is a really big one!
    Amazing to see, that the trees are still alive and growing!

    Shortly before 6 pm, we arrived in Horrocks. Small little town beside the ocean.

    We prepared lunch straight away after building up our tents as we were pretty hungry. Today we eat pasta with eggs and cheese 😋😊
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  • Day30


    October 23, 2016 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Auf unserer Weiterfahrt in den Norden haben wir in einem kleinen Ort namens Leeman gehalten, haben die Aussicht genossen und in einem süßen Restaurant unser erstes Fish&Chips gegessen🐟 Diese Nacht verbringen wir in einem Ort namens Dongara☺️

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  • Day11


    May 18, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    We were sorry to leave the caravan park at Cervantes, more like a little resort. It had fabulous facilities and a great pool complex. After a sleep in we left for Kalbarie at 10am , both in T Shirts .... and yes, we did cover our bottom halves !.
    Driving along the Indian ocean coastline we were only given sporadic glimpses of the water. On occasions we saw large white sand dunes or more like small hills of white sand.
    Stopped for morning tea at Dongara, south of Geraldton , sitting in the sun and enjoying our cuppa.
    We reached Geraldton for a late lunch. It is the largest coastal town between Perth and Darwin, a progressive looking place with lots of new homes and a relaxing waterfront environment.
    Had a look at the magnificent Cathedral of St Francis Xavier a truely impressive building, unable to look inside as all entrance points closed off for maintenance works.
    Photos include some of the caravan park at Cervantes.
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