Hidden Destinations on the Dampier Peninsula

by Peter



Winnawal Winnawal Crab Big house at Lungi

Late last year my family and I took a trip up the Peninsular and had an enjoyable time at all spots

I would like to make a special thanks to Veronica and her son Andrew at Lungabid for their amazing hospitality. Not only was "Lungi" a beautifully maintained park but the fishing and crabbing was unforgettable.

Led by Andrew we experienced first hand the excitement of spearfishing for stingrays and hooking mudcrabs. At the end of the night Veronica took over and gave us an informative history lesson of the area, from the first Trappist Monks to the way Beagle Bay is now. Thanks again Veronica & Andrew, we will be back.

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by: Birgit

Thanks for sharing, Peter.

You wouldn't by any chance have taken any photos of your experience that you can share as well?

by: Birgit

Thanks! I've added them :-).

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