On Friday afternoon I headed down the Kwinana Freeway towards the Margaret River District to a place called Bunker Bay, a three hour drive from Perth. Tim had been there for a three day conference with work colleagues and now it was time for the wives and families to join them.
Bunker Bay is a sheltered northerly facing beach near Cape Naturaliste on the western tip of Geographe Bay. This beach has pristine white sand with gentle rolling waves, unfortunately though a surfer was taken by a shark from this location only a few weeks ago. There were few people in the water but of the 12 men from Tim's work Tim was the only brave sole to take a dive in the surf.
Saturday's entertainment was watching the whales frolicking in the bay.
|On the horizon you can just see the tail of a whale|
|Eastern end of beach|
|Vegetation on the beach|