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Point Ann

 Western Australia
 

Point Ann is on the south coast of Western Australia, just east of Bremer Bay in the Fitzgerald River National Park (entrance fee/pass applies), about eight hours' drive and about 580 kilometres south east of Perth, and about 240 kilometres east of Albany. Point Ann has spectacular pristine beaches with a variety of activities including fishing, whale watching from July to November, swimming and surfing.

 

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The Devils Creek Road is gravel & in reasonable condition, but it does have bad patches of corrugations, leads into Point Ann, WA.

 

 

The first sight of the beach.

 

 

I took my wife Ann to camp at Point Ann, but it was summer and the millions of flies drove us to leave after just one night.

 

 

 

Copyright © Answers in Genesis Ministries International.   Answers in Genesis

 

 

 

 

Launching a large boat is very difficult in the soft sand and you may need an extra 4WD to pull you out.

 

 

Beautiful clear water of the Southern Ocean.

 

 

Walkway to the top lookout.

 

 

The granite rock comes in some awesome colours.

 

 

Plenty of little pools to explore.

 

 

A nice little cave at the end of Point Ann.

 

 

 

 

Unnoticed Moms  by the Skit Guys comedy team

 

Motherís Day - the day we set aside to celebrate moms and all that they do,

but what about all of those unnoticed acts that happen everyday?

 

 

 

 

 

 

The lower parking area - no room for caravans to turn around.

 

 

My little van. Point Ann is a great spot when there are no school holidays. I was told winter is the best time to go.

 

 

An awesome barbie area with a great view and a free gas cooker.

 

 

The eco-toilet.

 

 

Lower parking area is limited, but there is more area up top.

 

 

A nice spot for groups with free gas bar-be-que.

 

 

The 4WD beach entrance just near the camping area.

 

 

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Looking across to the second headland from near the camping area.

 

 

The second headland near Point Ann.

 

 

 

"To you, O men, I call, and my voice is to the sons of men. O you simple ones, understand prudence,
and you fools, be of an understanding heart. Listen, for I will speak of excellent things, and from the opening

of my lips will come right things; for my mouth will speak truth; wickedness is an abomination to my lips.
All the words of my mouth are with righteousness; nothing crooked or perverse is in them.
They are all plain to him who understands, and right to those who find knowledge.
Receive my instruction, and not silver, and knowledge rather than choice gold; for wisdom is

better than rubies, and all the things one may desire cannot be compared with her."

Proverbs ch.8  vs.4-11.  The Holy Bible - New King James Version

 

 

 

 

St. Mary's Pond near the camping area - inland direction. This water IS NOT suitable for swimming or paddling as it is VERY salty.

 

 

St. Mary's Pond near the camping area - ocean direction.

 

 

Mt Maxwell is on the entrance road via Devils Creek Road. A short roughage track up to my mountain.

 

 

A winters view from the top of Mt Maxwell.

 

 

 

 

 

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