There was lots of friendly wildlife at this campsite, a family of 6 magpies would join us each meal hoping we would share our food with them and then they would come in and eat anything they could find in and around the table afterwards. Also a goanna wandered to the campsite each day, it would go under our caravan and poke around all the campsites.
|A friendly Goanna|
At the beach it was windy and the surf was huge and rough - not suitable for a swim, but we did manage a swim in the inlet next to our campsite one day and that was nice and refreshing.
|At Normans Beach|
|Natalie enjoying the sand on Normans Beach|
On another day we walked along the beach to the western end and found another intlet, the kids had collected cuttle fish bones along the beach, some of them were very big and they made fantastic "boats". We ended up spending and hour or two at this inlet playing with our "cuttle fish boats" and making a huge castle with its own river system for a moat.
|A small storm front moves over Normans Beach|
|The Beauty of the beaches in this area of WA never ceases to amaze us|
|The Great little inlet that we played in for ages|
|Josh zooming a 'Cuttlefish boat' along the inlet|
|Now that's a sandcastle!|