Point Quobba

Just a few hundred kilometres south of Coral Bay is Point Quobba which was our next destination. Point Quobba is famous for it’s blowholes, fishing, and where several life boats from the Komorant (German Raider) which sunk HMAS Sydney II washed up.

We were accompanied by our friends the Travelling T’s and we had a

Snorkelling at Point Quobba.

Snorkelling at Point Quobba.

Point Quobba from the beach.

Point Quobba from the beach.

Blowholes- check the rainbow out.

Blowholes- check the rainbow out.

A grim reminder of the power of the sea.

A grim reminder of the power of the sea.

Lighthouse at Point Quobba. A good walk through the sand hills.

Lighthouse at Point Quobba. A good walk through the sand hills.

View from Lighthouse.

View from Lighthouse.

Kids making a fort to stop the waves from crashing in.

Kids making a fort to stop the waves from crashing in.

The cairn for HMAS Sydney II.

The cairn for HMAS Sydney II.

Sign says it all.

Sign says it all.

Marcella with one of the crabs, before cooking.

Marcella with one of the crabs, before cooking.

Little blue fishes.

Little blue fishes.

lovely two days of fishing, crabbing, making sand castles, snorkelling and just generally hanging out.

I travelled a bit up the coast to check out the memorial to Sydney II which was interesting.

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