Fowlers Bay

Fowlers Bay

At the end of the Nullarbor we stopped for a day at Fowlers Bay. We saw that they had massive sand dunes so we hired boards and slid down them. My first shot was flabbergasting and for a moment everybody thought I was going to crash, but I succeeded! (but nobody was sucking seeds – so that was a little bit complicated!)

The Sand Dunes

Me going down.

Will going down.

Mummy & I went for a bike ride and we saw lots of old buildings. The reason it has old buildings is because there was an old telegraph station there, that went up through Alice Springs to Darwin.

The old telegraph station, next to the sand dunes.

Daddy and I discovered that there was a jetty and we walked  down to do some fishing. Daddy caught a big fish and threw it back without knowing that it was a leatherjacket and when he came back to  the camper he was bitterly dissapointed.

Us fishing. Photo by kate

Fowlers Bay was really fun. It would have been much more fun if the weather had not been so windy. I expect some states should be named “windy Australia”.

Tune in next time.

BloggiE

 

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2 Responses to Fowlers Bay

  1. Grandad says:

    Love your style on the sand toboggan BloggiE. It must be bittersweet for you guys, turning the horses for home & being on this side of the Nullabor already. What a great experience.

  2. Lozzy says:

    Sand boarding Cool!

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