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Eagle Bluff WA Adams Family Travels
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Budget oceanside camp at Eagle Bluff, Shark Bay, Western Australia

Eagle Bluff is one of four coastal sites south of Denham. It is located in the  UNESCO Shark Bay World Heritage Area, 22 km from Denham. From high cliffs and 400 metre boardwalk overlooking Denham Sound, we spotted lots of marine and bird life here. Keep your eyes out for ospreys, dugongs, dolphins, sharks and rays. Camping at Eagle Bluff is located 2 km down the 4 km access track to the board walk on your right hand side. It is one night only at this pristine location and there are no amenities. All four sites, including Fowlers Camp, Whalebone Bay and

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Membinup Beach, Western Australia - image Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

FREE Seaside Camp: Membinup Beach, Western Australia

by Overland Exposure Our CAMPS Ambassadors, Dan and Manda said this FREE Seaside Camp at Membinup Beach, WA is 100% WOW! Here’s what they said: 1hr East of Esperance Off-road set-ups only as the road is unpredictable and dirt. The entrance to the beach was tight, but our big rig fit, just! There is a camping area behind the dunes/beach, but only a few large spots and the rest are small. You can camp on the beach itself but be mindful of soft sand. No facilities at all, so fully self contained is required Tides come up really high so

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Amanda with a quokka on Rottnest Island, WA
Beaches & Coasts

Did you know you can camp and glamp on Rottnest Island, Western Australia?

Wadjemup Rottnest Island is best known for the cute quokkas. But did you know it also offers camping? You can, only don’t take your RV. Tents only. CAMPS Ambassadors, Amanda and Dan shared their day on Rottnest Island: “We took the mountain bike and EUC over to check out the Quokka’s and the island.       Previous Next Enjoyed a pub style lunch, had a snorkel at the beach and I worked my hamstrings and glutes like they have never been worked before. “Have you ridden around Rottnest? Did you know there were so many hills? I didn’t!” Check

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Nullarbor trip
Camping

Crossing the Nullarbor – our adventure from Western Australia into South Australia

On the end of our Big Lap, on limited time, we traversed The Nullarbor in two days. Kids were due back at school, we had businesses to run but were so keen to experience this famed road trip. We left Esperance and the beauty of Cape Le Grand National Park, through Grass Patch and the heart of Mallee Country. The Nullarbor Plain begins in Norseman, Western Australia – we saw camels here, which was pretty cool. “The Nullarbor” is an 1100km route. Here’s where we stopped: Balladonia was a lunch stop with a pretty multicoloured picket fenced playground. Oh, we were so

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The Granite Skywalk - Castle Rock WA - 8293
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A must do: The Granite Skywalk, Castle Rock, Western Australia

This #graniteskywalk at Castle Rock near Albany Western Australia is a Definite MUST DO. This is absolutely the best image I have seen of this adventure. It really is as cool as it looks! Hands down, this was one of my (and the family’s) favourite walks in Australia. Granite Sky Walk, WA – Image Overland Exposure Challenging? Yes. Terrifying to look down? Well, a bit… Worth it? definitely! Overall you are looking at a 4.4 km return walk. National Parks say it is Class 5 and requires moderate to good fitness. Walk through yate, marri and karri forest, past the

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Cable Beach - Image by Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

Must Dos in Broome, Western Australia

Cable Beach – Image by Overland Exposure Broome is remote! It is almost 2000 km to drive from Darwin, and over 2000km to Perth. When we initially planned our trip we just couldn’t fit it in. At Home Valley Station, which we had planned as our turnaround spot, we decided to extend our trip. I was so pleased, partly because I would finally see Broome! Here’s what our family loved. 1. Pearl Luggers Seriously don’t miss the Pearl Luggers, it was awesome! We all learnt so much about the industry, the history and early Broome. We tasted pearl meat and

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Shark Bay WA
Beaches & Coasts

Why visit Shark Bay, Western Australia?

Eagle Bluff Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss. Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional vehicle: Wild dolphins at Monkey Mia Monkey Mia, probably what we knew the area best for, before our visit. We wanted to check it out and compare it to our very own Tin Can Bay – also known for feeding wild dolphins. It is best to arrive early and

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Lake Mason Homestead, Western Australia
Camping

Lake Mason Homestead, Western Australia is now a free camp!

This former pastoral station, Lake Mason Homestead is now a free camp, there is free entry to the remote Lake Mason Conservation Park and you cannot book sites. However, no pets allowed.  The Parks and Wildlife Service have advised that Lake Mason does have a flushing toilet,  hot donkey shower and a firepit. BYO drinking water – untreated bore water is also available.  Travelling with  their CAMPS book, Jane Duinmeyer recently visited Lake Mason and thought we would enjoy their photos: “We laughed and laughed at the facilities, or lack thereof and the shower… …and toilets were our favourite.” “We love your book

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