Cape Range National Park is best known for its sea life, snorkelling/diving, all year round, and whale sharks, who visit between March to June/July each year.
Within the national park, we camped at Yardi Creek and Tulki Beach. We saw turtles, whales, dolphins, fish for all, starfish, sea cucumber, coral, reef sharks (yep, we've seen them too), not to mention the large numbers of snakes and lizards that live in the sand dunes. Some of the highlights for Cape Range were:
- Sandy Bay..... beautiful
- Oyster Stacks - best snorkelling
- Turquoise Bay - the name says it all..... really.... so beautiful
- the turtles...
|A days beach collecting|
|Turquoise Bay, Cape Range NP|
|Swimming at Turquoise Bay|
|Finding treasures on the beach|
|Dad gets a mohawk... Frankie thinks its hilarious|
|New wetsuit.... thank you Jayne xxx|
|Having a brotherly love moment|
|Yardie Creek track|
|Wild flower on Yardie Creek track|
|Turtles resting on the beach|
|Finding old hatched turtle shells|
|Having a run on Turtle Beach|
|Turtles swimming in the shallow water|
We also saw lots of emu, an echidna and along the road we met a friendly horse, who was after a few spare carrots!!
|An echidna crossing our path|
Mumma Lucky Duck left the boys for a few days of work and the boys had some extra time exploring the area and hanging out with Dad. Here's what they got up to....
|Anything is possible with a cardboard box!!|