and this is Victoria Bridge. This was the one preventing anyone from crossing into the Northern Territory from Western Australia. On the right there is a flood marker. When we arrived in Kununurra and were informed of the road closure, there was 5.83 meters of water over top of this bridge. That's quite a bit more than the sign can indicate.
crocodiles, many many hundreds of crocodiles live in the Lake that we were camping beside for a few days... we went searching for them at night... if you shine a flashlight over the water you can spot their red/orange eyes quite easily. we spotted 15 in about 2 minutes. But they're only 'freshies'.. so they aren't so scary.
Cape Range National Park, Exmouth, WA
Cape Range National Park just outside of Exmouth, may be the most amazing National Park if not most glorious bit coastline in the country. For just over a week a typical day consisted of snorkelling of the beaches around the campsite, lying on the beach, tanning on the beach, eating at the beach, beers at the beach, fishing at the beach, watching kangaroos near the beach, sleeping by the beach, scuba diving off the shores of the beach in Lighthouse Bay...etc. The Ninglaoo Reef is off the coast here so wonderful marine life exists just beneath the water. I wish I could live here.