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I must say these are the vest ever Blowholes I have seen absolutely fantastic.
Be sure to take the time to visit you shall not be dissapointed.
You can stay at the Homestead or the Camping / Caravan park close by very good rates you...More
The blowholes are about 75kms north of Carnarvon but the sealed road is good and the wave action is quite spectacular. Blowholes work better on the high tide so check the tides before you go. About seven kms up the dirt road north of the...More
Nice drive to be spoilt with amazing theartrics of multiple blowholes as well as whales breaching offshore. Spent ver an hour enjoying the show. Wear good footwear as you walk on rocks to get best views of the blowholes and the shoreline
Well worth the drive. Really beautiful rugged coast. We watched the blis holes for ages saw some whales out to sea. Went up to the light house for a fantastic view. It's actually got better over the years. I just wish the shore would remove...More
We were there in January this year and the area was not full at all, mainly due to the heat which can be up around the 40 degree mark. There are 2 places to camp. You can either camp at Point Quobba which has a lot of... More
We were there in January this year and the area was not full at all, mainly due to the heat which can be up around the 40 degree mark. There are 2 places to camp. You can either camp at Point Quobba which has a lot of fishing shacks (no power or water) or you can go to Quobba Station. We chose Quobba Station as it was more appealing. There was only a $5 difference per night at Quobba Station (you have a choice of unpowered or powered. Powered is only for a couple of hours each day )and that provided showers and toilets.