Cape Keraudren

Cape Keraudren is in the East Pilbara and it is the start of the 80 mile beach that stretches from here all the way up to, well up to 80 miles north of course!

The beauty of this place is hard to capture in photos or words, we had a great time collecting shells along the beach and just chilling out by the water in the lagoon area.

After our first night we spent the morning looking for a few thongs that dingoes or foxes had taken during the night and dropped in various places ranging from 5 metres to 50 metres away from our camp site.

All in all a very relaxing time and a bag of sea shells to remind us of the trip.

Sunset over the water at the Cape.

Sunset over the water at the Cape.

Marcella looking for shells.

Marcella looking for shells.

A friendly kangaroo and her joey.

A friendly kangaroo and her joey.

The joey is tasting Marcella's shoes.

The joey is tasting Marcella’s shoes.

There is nothing Marcella loves more than a Kangaroo with a joey in her pouch.

There is nothing Marcella loves more than a Kangaroo with a joey in her pouch.

Cape Keraudren looking out to sea.

Cape Keraudren looking out to sea.

Walking on the headland.

Walking on the headland.

Lilianna walking back to camp.

Lilianna walking back to camp.

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