Mason Bay

We left Stirling Range National Park heading South East towards the coast. From Hopetoun the road is no longer bitumen and we let the pressure in the tyres down to cope better with the rough road. The weather was constantly changing. When we arrived at Mason Bay, there was a strong wind blowing and we decided to set up a little way from the beach to be protected against the wind.

We certainly didn’t want to be under these trees.

This garbage bin had recently been crushed by a falling tree.

(Lesley’s photo)

(Lesley’s photo)

(Lesley’s photo)

Towards the evening, the clouds cleared and we were rewarded by a beautiful sunset.

The following morning we woke to clear blue skies.

(Lesley’s photo)

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(Lesley’s photo)

We went out in search of a geocache.

And actually found it.

The view from the geocache.

(Lesley’s photo)

We strolled further along the beach and enjoyed the solitude – nobody else around.

(Lesley’s photo)

(Lesley’s photo)

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(Lesley’s photo)

In the afternoon we sat around the caravan enjoying the birds and the flowers around us.

On our third day in Mason Bay we enjoyed another long walk along the beach.

(Lesley’s photo)

(Lesley’s photo)

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It was warm enough to be barefoot.

We enjoyed the three days we spent at Mason Bay.

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2 Responses to Mason Bay

  1. wandwill says:

    Beautiful as usual, have you received our Perenjorie and surrounds ??? never know if anyone has got them or not.

  2. jkmcl says:

    Looking a bit wind blown in top photo. That yellow/ orange flower has the poison 1080 apparently & dangerous to wild life cattle etc. Saw this on sign up at Wongan Hills. At least it looks the same.

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