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#7 Australia Trip May 2024 Last day of Western Australia

#7 Australia Trip May 2024 Last day of Western Australia

Day 11 Last day of Western Australia and leaving to Melbourne Since my second sea lion tour was canceled, I had a lot of time this morning before heading to the airport. I decided to stop by Wedge Island Point, a white sand beach that a few people had recommended to me.While following the GPS, I started to wonder if the road was okay for a 2WD vehicle—maybe I needed a 4WD? I actually got stuck in the sand for a bit, but I managed to get out. When I was flying my drone, some locals came over to talk...

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#6 Australia Trip May 2024 Jurien Bay, Western Australia

#6 Australia Trip May 2024 Jurien Bay, Western Australia

Still Day 11 Jurien Bay, WA View this post on Instagram A post shared by Akima Kai Ocean Art (@akima_kai_ocean) After a freezing fun swim with Australian sea lions, I returned to the hotel around 11 am. I indulged in the longest hot shower. Not wanting to waste any time, I decided to drive a bit north towards Green Head. Although I wanted to find the beach where I took a stunning sunset picture 15 years ago, featuring a huge rock with a hole, I had no clue where it was, so I didn't bother trying to locate it. However,...

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#5 Australia Trip May 2024 Jurien Bay, Western Australia

#5 Australia Trip May 2024 Jurien Bay, Western Australia

I stayed in Carnarvon, the next town south of Exmouth, located 379 km (230 miles) away. This place was just a stop to sleep, as I needed to drive eight hours the next day to reach my final destination in Western Australia. Day 10 Jurien Bay, WA I left Carnarvon around 8 am and embarked on another long drive. The weather was good, with clear blue skies. I saw a lot of roadkill kangaroos, which made me feel really sorry for them. Some were dead in the middle of the highway, so you need to watch out. While they’re not...

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#4 Australia Trip May 2024 Exmouth, Western Australia

#4 Australia Trip May 2024 Exmouth, Western Australia

After a short 90-minute drive following the manta ray swim, I finally arrived in Exmouth, where I can swim with whale sharks! Exmouth is located 1,250 km (776 miles) north of Perth. The town is bigger than I expected but still feels like it's in the middle of nowhere. I even checked out the real estate prices, thinking it might be cheaper here since Lancelin was very expensive, but to my surprise, Exmouth is pricey too. The houses range from about A$600K to a million. Wow... Day 7-9: Exmouth, WA - Whale Sharks I booked two different whale shark swim...

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