You have 6 stops and want to enjoy each one for 2 days? According to my math, that makes 12 days at least + driving... Also, you, will need way more time for the driving because you stop for food, you get tired, etc. etc. So it's not 16h of driving but probably more like 25h-30h at least.Sgallian wrote: ↑Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:24 amIf would be 9 days of travel (need 4 days in Perth to visit and acclimate I guess), and unfortunately, it appears that it has to be a round-trip from/to Perth, as one-way hire fees are so damn high. Does it seem possible, with enough time for us to enjoy each stop for 2 days?
Well... it depends on what you want. I would go with shower + toilet because it gives you a lot of freedom. In the cape range national parks, there are some great camping spots next to the sea that do not have showers. Coronation Beach also does not have showers.
Hello @cor, thank you very much for this bit of info, really helpfull, that is what I was hopping to get from here.cor wrote: ↑Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:41 pmWell... it depends on what you want. I would go with shower + toilet because it gives you a lot of freedom. In the cape range national parks, there are some great camping spots next to the sea that do not have showers. Coronation Beach also does not have showers.
Yes. Cape Range National park is definitely a highlight in my opinion. There are many good kitespots there with both flat water and waves. Awesome scenery. I wouldn't miss it. Yeah, I would rather skip or hit and run Lancelin and Dongara and head straight to shark bay, spend some days there and after that to Cape Range. Maybe do Coronation on your way back to Perth then.
Why not spend the first few days in Perth near Safety Bay and take a few lessons there? It will be more difficult to find a kite school later... not impossible, but it's all very secluded.
Isn't Osprey a Hotel?
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