Beachcombing at Cleaverville

After visiting Cossack and nearby Point Sampson we continued south towards Karratha. I had pencilled in Cleaverville as a possible stop over depending on the condition of the 13 kms of gravel road to get there! It was corrugated in places but not too bad so we battened down the hatches, so to speak, and off we went.

Almost beach camping!

What a great choice we made! We scored a beautiful camp site almost on the water’s edge right at one end of this very long camp ground.

Although the beach was rocky we marvelled at the cliffs, the colours and the textures of the area.

Sheer rock faces
Interesting rock strata
Rock pools
Amazing colours
Sponges & shells
Sponge
This white grass lines all the roadsides.
Our campfire

Our favourite camps always include a campfire and this one was no different. As we were beachfront it was quite windy and the wind picked up Dave’s chair when we’re weren’t looking 😱. Disaster!

Burnt chair!

WA – Western Australia- Windy Always!

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