Next Stop…Wallaroo, Yorke Peninsula





The caravan park at Wallaroo is  only metres away from the beach, though it is quite a hike to the water. The clouds are still with us but no rain today.



Bob enjoying his run on the beach.


Still Life – Bird With Clouds. ©  Carol@ReadingWritingandRiesling

A Sunday Drive to Busselton WA

It was a perfect day for a leisurely drive to Busselton where we had a walk along the lovely foreshore and took Bob off the lead for a paddle at the beach.


The Busselton Jetty and foreshore have recently been redeveloped and now provides a perfect place for a stroll, a picnic or a BBQ. The foreshore is dotted with BBQs, tables, shelters and drinking water on tap. The car parks have been extended and there is plenty of room for all including large vehicles to park. A great spot.


Fresh Fish For Lunch

Yesterday we went fishing where the Bowes River meets the ocean. This really is a  spectacular coast line. We enjoyed the fishing  and despite the water being a little choppy we caught a fish each with our first casts.

Bob enjoyed the waves, having a paddle in the ocean and a run along the beach. It was fantastic to have this great expanse of beach to ourselves.


We had fresh fish for lunch!


Picnic at Port Dennison

After a chilly night at Dandaragan we set off at a leisurely pace for Horrocks Beach  via a picnic lunch atPort Dennison – the sun was shining, the skies a glorious blue…this is the life! After lunch we headed to our final destination – Horrocks Beach, a wonderful location right by the sea and a dog friendly caravan site. More pictures tomorrow. It is wine o’clock. ( Merrops Shiraz 2009)