Northampton sunrise

Northampton sunrise, originally uploaded by gypsy woman1.

After the superb sun set at Kalbarri we moved on to Northampton. The whole town is heritage listed and a very interesting place.

The caravan park was one of the best we had been in for a while and what made it stand out was that it was on grass,private shady areas and at last away from the red dust… The shower block was in a class of its own, fully tiled, immaculately clean, banners and fans adorned the walls with artificial flowers in bowls dotted around and to top it off peaceful music was playing in the background. All this and only $25 per night. Good value…

We decided to stay 2 nights and next morning we woke to this glorious sun rise, what a way to start the day.

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  1. Sandra Carroll

    Well it was certainly worth the wait. I love all the photos and write-up; the flowers are spectacular, what’s the strange one that looks like an emu with two beaks? The metal bird and sea horse sculptures are beautiful, I wish we could buy them over here, your friend is very talented.

    We’ve had an enjoyable time with Jackie and Greg, and are now enjoying an Indian Summer, making the most of the sunny warm days before the onset of the Winter winds.

    Best wishes Sandra


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