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Sand Dunes and Pinnacles

AUSTRALIA | Saturday, 10 February 2007 | Views [580]

Today was a long haul day of driving, with phenomenal sights along the way.  We left behind Lancelin, the town famous for wind and extreme sports such as kiteboarding, windsurfing, sandboarding, and surfing, and headed up the coast line over 400 kilometers, stopping off along the way to check out the desert Pinnacles at Nambung National Park.  It was a striking sight, and we felt like we were on the moon.  Limestone and coral formations jutting out of the desert floor, very surreal.  We then checked out the amazing emerald and turquoise waters of the coastline along the way from Cervantes to Geraldton.  We actually saw a large kangaroo in front of our van, crossing the road.  The first live one we've seen, which was a welcome change.  We found a nice caravan park on the beach and called it a night, weary after having travelled so far during the day.

Tags: On the Road

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