After our backtrack to the Derby Rodeo, we headed west once more to a couple of spots along the coast south-west of Broome. Our first stop was at the Barn Hill Station camping area, which is situated on cliffs overlooking the ocean (although rather than cramming into one of the view spots we chose a quiet private spot a bit back from the cliffs and enjoyed the views during our walks).
The beaches with their rugged cliff backdrops and the calm clear blue ocean were magnificent and made for delightful strolls interspersed with refreshing dips. As always the photographs below don’t fully do justice to the scenery.
Aside from the beach scenery the campsite itself also offered a few interesting distractions. It appears this is a good spot to view the legendary drop bear – one of Australia’s most feared predators. Also being an arid coast line, the camp sites…
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