Broome – Quondong Point – The Dampier Peninsula – WA

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The last two pictures are from same spot with low tide and then high tide with 9 to 10 meters tide!

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2 thoughts on “Broome – Quondong Point – The Dampier Peninsula – WA

  1. lovely to keep following your journey and progress- have also received Michael’s letter in the post today. The photos of Broome are a treat. I did not make it to Broome when I was last up that way- the car broke down and I ended up spending three months in the Kimberly working until I got it fixed and by then I had to head back east. Your photos make me wonder if I did the right things all those years ago. Take care, Steven

    • Do not wonder anymore dear Steven!! Definitely Broome should be on your to-do destination and no need to drive here (can hear the planes taking off right now !). This is a special part of the country. So far from the rest that it feels its another one!

      Lovely to read you along. It re-enforces my idea of the blog and we are always pleased to get some of your insights and stories.

      Lots love xx

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