After spending nearly two weeks at Esperance, a couple of days at Bremer Bay and a couple of days at Albany, we continued towards Perth, and spent 4 nights at Parry Beach in Denmark:
If the cows were anything to go off, Denmark must be a very happy place
After spending about 20 minutes looking for my wallet I realised it was in my pocket. We paid and entered.
Rame head is an incredible place to take your 4WD
What a coastline we have!
With no one around, could you get much better?
I may have just answered that, at Greens Pool
Amazing water for swimming and snorkeling; what a place!
Geese at the Toffee Factory near Denmark
The fishing around Parry Beach didn’t yield too much whilst we were there
Except for the commercial fisherman who caught 22 tonnes of salmon. This is them launching the boat
Heading out into the swell
I’m not sure this was part of the plan!
After a quick loop in the boat, 2 tractors pull the nets in
The net is held up as best as possible while it is dragged onto shore
Getting closer to the shore
That’s a lot of fish!
Salmon on the shore
The salmon having one last splash
A good haul for the day
Everyone jumps in and helps load the salmon into big tubs
Then a telehandler loads them onto a truck, ready to be processed
More awesome beaches
Plenty of different terrains along the coastline
And just as many incredible beaches
On the way to Dunsborough we bumped into the WA Land Cruiser club
Where I couldn’t help compare the differences (like the colour of the paint!)
This photo doesn’t do justice to the size of the Giant Karri Tree. It is truly massive