Hopetoun Things to Do

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    Westen Australia National Parks
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  • 1. McCullough Park

    We had spent the night at the National Park and were in Hopetoun when we saw a Bakery. We hadn't had breakfast so a quick decision was made to stop and buy something from the Bakery and eat it...

  • 2. Port Hotel

    The Port Hotel was the building that stood out in the small holiday/retirement town of Hopetoun. It was quite an impressive double storey limestone and granite building built at the turn of the...

  • 3. Untouched beaches

    Hopetoun is down the bottom of Western Australia between Albany and Esperance.The beaches here have pure white sand and gorgeous aqua sea water and stretch for...

  • 4. Pretty Aqua water

    It's safe for swimming here because there's a reef that blocks off the surf so that there's a nice calm bit to swim in.It is also great for fishing, especially...

  • 5. Which rock?

    The thing I love about camping is quiet time :o) By this I mean taking time to walk along the beach at dawn or dusk, looking up at the clouds and making things...

  • 6. We love shells

    We found a shell beach and had a wonderful time collecting shells. It's relaxing making shell chimes with fishing line at the end of each day. You have to...

  • 7. Washing

    Can't get away from it. When you're on holiday you've still gotta do the washing. We just washed our clothes in sea water. Another good way was to just wear...

  • 8. National Park countryside

    Here's a classic pic of the red roads in the Australian outback. This was when we were driving in the National Park.Driving on these dirt roads can be...

  • 9. Don't forget the games

    Of course with kids you have to bring the games to play of a night. Our favoutie game is a tile game called Rummy King or Rummy-O.Here's Jesse pretending to...

  • 10. Don't forget night lights

    We bought these garden torches from Bunnings - there's heaps of these stores in Australia, they have building materials, garden stuff, household items etc....

  • 11. Don't forget mozzie coils

    Check out our huge pink mozzie coils. The mozzies can be really bad in Australia so we came prepared. We also burnt huge citronella candles at night under the...

  • 12. Path to camp site

    Our camp site was in the scrub down the bottom of the left hand side of this path to the beach. We had a couple of really hot days and the sand got scortching...

  • 13. Crashing waves

    It was fun trying to capture pix of the waves breaking on the reef. One time a huge wave came in and after I told my friend to click, we had to run back before...

  • 14. National Park inlet

    This was really pretty, an half dry creek bed leading into the ocean. We spent quite a bit of time here looking for nice rocks, skipping stones and paddling in...

  • 15. Glitter rocks

    We found all these gorgeous glittery rocks in the National Park.Rock hunting is fun with kids. They thought they had hit the silver jackpot! :o) Many of these...

  • 16. Don't spend alot on tents

    You don't have to spend a lot on tents, after all you only have to sleep in them. These little 3 man ones only cost us $40 from KMart, another cheap store in...

  • 17. Resident goanna

    This goanna kept us company. We saw him a few times. I think he liked all the food scraps we threw in the bushes.

  • 18. Sand hills

    Everyone who has had kids knows that where there are big sand dunes, there is a ton of fun to be had! :o)This is a great thing to do when on a family holiday!

  • 19. Fitzgerald National Park

    We went for a day trip west of Hopetoun to the national park. There's some beautiful scenery there .

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