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September 24th 2014
Published: September 25th 2014
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Hi travel followers.

Here is the latest update on our travels and adventures around Australia.

We now find ourselves set up at Cervantes (The Pinnacles) on the West Australian Coast about 190kms north of Perth. We arrived here yesterday after a couple of days at Geraldton and then beautiful Port Denison/Dongara where we visited Coal Seam Conservation Park which was excellent for not only the scenery but also the wild flowers.

I must also say we finally had a bad day weather wise in Dongara after 3 months of beautiful sunny, warm days. I.e. It was extremely windy and raining buckets, BUT that only lasted one day and now it is back to beautiful.

From Port Denison we travelled ever further down the WA coast via lovely little towns like Leeman, Green Head and Jurien Bay. As we travel early, we arrived at Cervantes and had set up camp by 10:00 so we took advantage of the great weather and headed out to the "Pinnacles" National Park for a few hours. What a fantastic and unique spot it is. Absolutely beautiful and just another reason why Australia is the best country in the world. See photos.

We intend to spend a couple of days here before moving on again and plan to be in Perth by Sunday. We don't normally book ahead, BUT it being School holidays and a long W/E we figured we had better.

Hope you like the photos.


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