Photos above of baby Jahley having his bath in the plastic storage crate in the annex of an expertly anchored tent and the Indian Ocean sunset, viewed from her Cleaverville Beach, Western Australia, camp site on the cliff top.
Camp at Cleaverville Beach, on the Central Pilbara Coast
Reg and I have set up camp at Cleaverville Beach, on the Central Pilbara Coast. We and plan to stay here until Thursday morning and given that we are self sufficient with a shower and toilet, able to bring in our own water and power, we are considering this as an ideal place to come for an extended stay next year. We have camped on a point of land jutting out from the coast line so we have views of the Indian Ocean to the right, front and to our left and massive sand dunes behind us that have clumps of brilliant red and black Sturt Desert Pea.
The area is easy to find, Site no 508 in the Western Australian, camp sites in our copy of Camps Australia Wide, book 5 edition and the turn off from the Great Northern Road, is 26 kilometres north west of Roebourne, and 33 kilometres NE of Karratha. Access is via a 13 kilometer gravel road that is wide enough for two cars to pass corrugated in sections and the last 3 kilometres is very scenic as your driving along the cost with vies of the tidal flats.
The splendour of the Australian bush captured in the words and work of Internationally acclaimed artist and author Ryn Shell.
Above is Reg at the caravan door, as photographed by Ryn, at one of our campsites on a writing about, and painting Australia trips.
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