Campwin beach is a lovely quiet beach side village with friendly locals, white sand beachs to walk the puppies on each day, less than 10 minutes from Sarina which has everything that one would need.
Spending my time unpacking Dilligaf and seeing the sights around the area.
|Boat ramp at Freshwater point|
We ventured out there on Wednesday 2nd. I drove to Freshwater point to have a look, as it was only up the road a bit, nothing much there but residential area, the view from the boat ramp toward the south was outstanding.
To cut a long story short we finally secured the house we are now in at Campwin beach on Friday 4th. It is unfurnished and we have gathered a few essentials over the last couple of weeks.
|Campwin beach - low tide|
|Campwin beach - high tide|
|Marine life at Low tide Campwin beach|
At the lowest tide there was a veritable marine garden to behold, just like diving on a reef - without the water. This photo shows only a small sample of what was actually there to be seen, I was pleasantly amazed at the sight.
|Turtle tracks on Sarina beach|
|Sun setting on coal ships at Hay Point|
While I was at the lookout trying to get some photo's of the super moon on the 14th, the ships waiting to get in to Hay Point were lit up by setting sun, they stood out like beacons on the horizon, jewels on the ocean!
|Sunset from lookout at Campwin|
Then as the sun went down this glorious scene begged to be photographed - lovely!!
Will blog again when I have anything interesting to blog about. Cheers 'til then.