A great day ahead.
A cabinet filled with temptation.
And we had the best Bacon and eggs we have eaten during our journey.
Go and visit Catherine and Elena at The Rusty Shed at Wyndham Port.
We also chatted with a security officer from SERCO who manage the corrections in this part of Western Australia.
Up to the Lookout.
Photo- Thanks, Mark
Then a small detour to the Maryglu billabong.
An isolated oasis in the drylands...
Cane toads have arrived in Wesyern Australia and people are encouraged to bring them in.
They are humanely euthanased on Mondays and Fridays
Purnululu National Park in time for our sunset helicopter ride over the Bungles.
We are getting a bird's eye view of a world heritage site.
I am co-pilot, again.
There are no doors and for security I have a seat belt and I get to hold on to my camera which is tethered around my wrist.
I have straightened the photos t compensate for the odd angles as the helicopter flew around the roak formationsPhoto-Thanks, Mark
Are those white knuckles I see behind me?
I must have been leaning into the pilot - he kindly asks me to move to free his left hand which operates the altitude.
What amazing geological landscapes.
The Hall's Creek faultline - the world's third largest after the San Andreas Fault and the Rift Valley.
There are no words to fully describe this place.