Sunday, October 27, 2013

A Day of Sightseeing

Today we decided to head south down along this beautiful rugged coast we are on. But first it was down to Point Gregory and one of the most amazing sights I have seen - The Pink Lake. Like many of it's kind in Western Australia, it's pink hue is created by bacteria (Dunaliella salina), which becomes trapped in the salt granules. I couldn't believe just how pink the quite big lake is.
Point Gregory


On the shore of the amazing Pink Lake

It's really PINK!
After leaving point Gregory we then wove our way back up
the coast stopping off at the various lookouts.
 
This was another amazing sight I saw. These 15 plus Dolphins
formed a circle to trap there lunch.
Then the water was like a washing machine with the frenzy of eating.

Island Rock

The beautiful Kalbarri National Park Coastline