Norseman to Esperance

The Nullabor finished we spend the night in Esperance at Pink Lake Campsite and then take a scenic drive down the coast where there are some pretty impressive beaches. Then we move on to Hopetoun which is about 60kms off the road with some excellent free camping along the esplanade. Hopetoun has the usual 3 coffee shops, 2 general stores and a hotel/pub which we have to say was pretty busy on the night we popped in.

We have been fortunate over the years to see most of the wildlife that Australia has to offer in the wild but it is surprising how far you can go without seeing any and today as we had an early morning walk around a huge deserted bay we were bemoaning the lack of wildlife in such a beautiful deserted area but when not 5 metres from us in very shallow water a dolphin and her baby popped up right beside us and stayed with us as we walked down the beach. But that is Australia for you - it always gets you when you least expect it.

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