Due to the weather we decided to head back up north and not to pursue Permberton.
Yallingup had beautiful beaches. From Yallingup we did the Cape to Cape hiking trail which is 135 km located in the Leewin-Naturaliste National Park. We didn’t do the whole thing because we weren’t prepared.
We stayed in Dunsborough after checking that yet again there was no surf. There was this fat dog that kept wanting to play fetch. Of course we humored her she needs exercise.
Then we decided to go up north past Perth to Cervantes to see the pinnacles. We were getting tired so we stopped off in Lancelin to stay the night. They had a nice kitchen where we made a really good meal.
In the morning, I went for a walk on the beach in Lancelin after the storm and there were all sorts of things washed up on shore. Check out these purple blue something’s:
The pinnacles were probably the highlight of the trip. They are limestone formations from crushed up shell that were blown from local sand dunes. We were lucky to see some cockatoos.
Before heading back to Perth we checked out Jurien Bay as the clouds rolled in.