Middle Lagoon Hideaway 2013

by Christine Curran

Now here is a place where time stands still. We stayed on the Pandanus site and it was perfect. Close to the amenities but not too close, also away from the fish cleaning table. The beaches here, and there are several to walk, swim and laze about on, are beautiful.

The campground can get quite full and spots go quickly. The drive in is pretty ordinary and the red dust gets into every nook and cranny in your vehicle if not sealed up.

The Whalesong Café is lovely and the chocolate cake and pizza are a welcome break from camp food. Wonderful views all about, we missed whales by a few days, as always happens...

The red Pindan cliffs are amazing. A very special part of Australia.

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