Published: July 18th 2008July 11th 2008
A 2 hour drive took us to Middle Lagoon, situated 2/3 of the way up the Dampier peninsula. Here we stayed for 4 nights, including a day trip up to Cape Leveque. Middle Lagoon was a lovely quiet spot. There is a beach under a ridge facing the ocean and a lagoon which was slightly more sheltered. We took it in turns choosing which beach we would dig and relax at. I think the favourite spot became the lagoon.
As we could have a fire, we had more scones and a roast lamb, as well as a damper (not all in the same evening!). The sea temperature must have been a little warmer because Alex actually swam for more than a minute...
We kept up with the sticky-beaking of all the camper trailers around, and I'm beginning to wonder whether they'd really make packing up much easier. Most of the trailers which catered for 2 adults and 2 kids either had a separate annexe that had to be attached or had a huge tent incorporated into it, both seemed to take people ages to pack away.
There are more photos below