Situated on the Western edge of the Kimberley, Barn Hill Cattle Station overlooks the Indian Ocean. The main station and caravan sites are a pretty 50-meter walk from the ocean. This is beachside accommodation with an outback country atmosphere.
You see the signpost to Barn Hill, 120km south of Broome, in North Western Australia
We chose a site along the cliff edge where you can enjoy wonderful evenings, sunset views of the Indian Ocean and wrote about this delightful location in the eBook, Kimberley: Outback Western Australia. Caravan Tour with a Dog by Gray Nomad.
Tonight's completed work: Frangipani Beach. The image would suit a Cozy Mystery.
A satisfying day. I tested two new art materials, did a new materials tutorial, and completed "Frangipani Beach" which had been unfinished for years. I set it up for print on demand decor and prints. I'm loving merging writing and art, while planning the videos. Life is busy.
Dogs are allowed at Barn Hill, however they must be tied up whilst in the park and exercised away from the camping areas and not on the lawn.
There was only one drawback to our stay at barn Hill. I am not certain of my identification of the seed species but I think it is WIRE GRASS (aristida spp) Also known as Shive, Spear Grass or Feathertop Wire Grass. It was a major problem for our dog.I show images of it and explain what it does in eBook, Kimberley: Outback Western Australia. Caravan Tour with a Dog by Gray Nomad.
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