Quobba blowhole

Quobba blowhole, originally uploaded by gypsy woman1.

3 weeks ago we came across this amazing place. We had been told about it by a number of people and were determined we would go there. What an awesome sight. to hear the sound of the ocean as it sent the sprays of water up to 20 metres as nature unleashed its force making some people, who had ventured too close, run.

A short way along from the blowholes was the Quobba camping area and this was what we had been told about. The camping areas where among the sand dunes, where ever you could find a flat area and stretched along approx 2kms of sandy track. No power and very basic compost toilets. Just the sort of non organised place we love to stay in and it was only $5-50 per night. A big bonus was we could have a camp fire so out came the camp oven and as you can see by the clothes the weather is cold.

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