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Also hamelin station has is a great base. We stayed at the station itself (there is also a caravan park bit) which was clean with hot showers, camp kitchens and flushing toilets. But no fuel and you must take all your rubbish with you

Would definitely recommend and were thinking of staying there again on the way back

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Ellie beach was beautiful but turned out to be too rough for the kids to swim in so we didnt end up staying there for as long as we had planned. We decided to head straight up to Exmouth to find a place to snorkle where we wont get swept out to sea. The emu's are very friendly though and we were waiting for some food.

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We found some spots to snorkle and saw lots of fish , a couple of turtles and some sting rays. We visited Ospery Bay , Turquoise Bay and the ship wreck of SS Mildura yesterday and today we climbed to the top of Mandu Mandu Gorge and then to Lakeside which is all part of the Cape Range Nation park.

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Also we stayed at the big 4 in exmouth and were regularly visited by the locals

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So we finally made it to the whale shark tour, and all i can say was it was awesome!!!

The day started with a snorkle to get used to the gear and i assume to assess everyone's snorkeling prowess. We were in about 5-7m around some coral and watched a rainbow of colourful marine life inc grey reef sharks; it was insane.

We were only on the boat for about 20 minutes when two humpback whales decided to say hi. We watched them for a while then off to swim with a whale shark. We were lucky enough to swim with a 6 meter Whale shark four times. Such a magnificent animal and absolutely amazing experience.

On the way back we also spotted dolphins, tiger sharks, turtles and 3 more humpbacks and the guys and gals from Coral Bay Eco tours made us feel like family

Sorry no easy access photos of the whale shark and underwater stuff as im on the phone. Will post these photos when i return home

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