Sunday, August 18, 2013

Goodbye Broome........

Today was a day of cleaning, shopping, packing in preparation for our departure from Broome tomorrow morning. I have really enjoyed staying here, the weather has been superb and I have had some wonderful experiences. Broome has a really safe feel about it and I think it would be a nice place to live in the dry season. I think the wet season would be a bit hot, humid and basically wet for me. So with my goodbye to Broome I thought I would just share you a couple of photos from this beautiful part of Australia.

Our Journey so far - now turns into a southward adventure instead of a northward one
Not only was this road an experience but having red dirt in everything
 (and I mean everything) was an experience too!

Mum and Bub come to visit

Just one of the many beautiful sunsets I have seen so far

The joy of watching a baby sea eagle take one of its first
flights out over the ocean was so amazing

Tomorrow we head south - not very far, under 200km to a place called Barn Hill Station. Having never been there I don't know what to expect. But I have had some good reports from other travellers and I like the sound of it on their website. We're not sure how long we will stay there, just play that by ear. I think I may have some electricity and mobile connection, but I doubt there will be Internet coverage, so it may be a while before I can update my blog.


  1. Wow, you've covered a lot of miles and seen some magnificent sights. I love your sunset, it's so beautiful, as is the Eagle.


    1. Yes Darlene we certainly have travelled a long way.

  2. Davine your photos are fabulous! Really enjoying a good read too - thnks!

  3. Hi Davine, Absolutely blown away with your photos...the intensity of the colours, the clarity and just amazing the one of the baby sea eagle !!! Love em !! I trust your next port of call at Barn Hill Station is a wonderful as Broome. Happy Travels. Sue W oxo

    1. Thanks Sue I am also blown away by the colours up here.

  4. Sorry to have missed your recent journey posts, but I'm back on your trail now. It's great to see the map of where you've been. Not being great on Oz geography I'd have no idea otherwise. And the photos really add to the story.
    Loving it!


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