Photos of the day are all about a part of the small fishing and tourism town named Lancelin which can be found more than 75 kms north of Yanchep Nationals Park. We went to this town to have our lunch at Kerfuflle By The Jetty (just permanently closed last July 2017) and to enjoy a bit of the beauty of the scenic coast with beautiful turquoise water. The town is famous for its sand dunes where 4WD and sandboarding activities are popular. And honestly, I love the beach. These photos are part of Yanchep National Park, The Pinnacles and Lancelin Beach Trip October 2016.
Photo : beach, jetty, coast, Lancelin Jetty, Lancelin,
Location : Lancelin WA 6044, Australia
1. Join Day Tours from Perth or
2. Drive towards Lancelin WA 6044, Australia or
3. Take bus from Wellington Street Forrest Place (in Perth) and drop-off at Lancelin YHA or
4. Take train (Joondalup Line) from Perth Underground Station, then transfer to Jundaloop Station and take bus to Geraldton, and drop-off at Vins Wy Lancelin or
5. Take Integrity Bus to Broome and get off at Lancelin YHA
Official Website : Lancelin
Once we reached the Pagat Point, I fall in love with the place. I remembered what I saw when we stopped a bit in Yigo in the middle of Buggy Off-Road adventure. If the scenery of the coast from the top is amazing the scenery of the coast up close are more than that. The clear ocean water and the waves that strikes the coastal cliff seems to be one of a kind. The way I looked at my surroundings, I thought I was in another world or another planet as for me it was additional paradise that I witnessed. And the uniqueness added to the place are the limestones formed around the area. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
Picture Frame (Post#6): North-East Coast Scenic View at Yigo
At the farthest point of the buggy off-road track, we had a chance to rest a bit, unknowingly that we rested at Yigo part where we can enjoy the North-East Coast of the island including the view of the vast Pacific Ocean. It was amazing scenery that I can think that it was kind of paradise. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
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