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Albany Adventures

After spending 11 days in Esperance and a couple of days at Bremer Bay, we pushed onwards:

Albany Kangaroos

We called in at Point Riche on the way towards Albany, and saw some friendly locals

Waychinicup National Park

Then found a camp site at Waychinicup National Park and set up

Birds at Waychinicup

We immediately noticed the birds were very friendly

Waychinicup goanna

And so was the local race horse goanna!

Goanna neighbour at Albany

Looking cautiously at his new neighbours

Overcast day at Albany

The inlet was amazing, even on an overcast day

Shelley Beach view

Shelley Beach was even more amazing, and they hang glide off here!

The Gap in Albany

We called in at the Gap, which was insane!

Waychinicup Inlet Sunset

We watched the sun go down over the inlet

Albany Possums

And got woken several times throughout the night by a very confident possum

Albany bogged 4wd

The next morning we helped a bloke out who picked the wrong place to turn around

Rubber matting Albany 4x4

A lot of the rubber matting on the tracks is in desperate need of repair

Cheynes Beach lookout

The view onto Cheynes Beach was incredible

4x4 in Albany

The 4WDing in Waychinicup National Park is fantastic

Albany 4wd views

And it offer some awesome views

Full pressure and 4WDing don't mix

We had to wait about half an hour for this bloke to let his tyres down from full pressure, then be recovered

4WDing around Albany
Eventually he got going

Dunsky Beach in Albany

Dunsky Beach was nothing short of amazing

Waychinicup River in Albany

But you wouldn't complain about the view from our camp site

Wildlife at Waychinicup

We went for a walk to spot some wild life. Look closely!

Snakes at Waychinicup

A big snake!

Snakes and wrens

Quite possibly waiting for this red wing fairy wren to hop by

Quenda at Waychinicup

A Quenda had no worries walking around our tent at night

Quenda photography

It was even pretty calm with us hanging around

Cosy Corner Albany

We called in at Torbay Inlet and Cosy corner on the way to Denmark

 

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