Sunday, March 13, 2011

BOG Mini Muster at Denmark WA.

Denmark is on the south coast of Western Australia. After the heat wave in Perth it was very nice to stay where the temperature was in the mid 20's and nights got down to the low teens. We even had a couple of rain showers.

About 24 Bushtrackers turned up to the Denmark River Mouth Caravan Park.
We spent a week there between the 9th and 16th of March.

There were a couple of extra BTs there already, not previously BOG members but were welcome to join us and a couple even became paid up members.

BOG = Bushtracker Owners' Group.

The park is on the edge of Wilson Inlet which is a big expanse of water between the town and the ocean. There was plenty of bird life there and they seemed to be well fed.


The Southern Ocean crashes onto the beach at Denmark and some bays are popular surf spots.

Most afternoons we had a few drinks in the Camp Kitchen where we discussed the next day's activities.

The Bocce sets came out one afternoon and teams were selected.

Team huddle

What an action !!

Saturday evening dinner was at a local Italian restaurant. Everyone enjoyed themselves.

Our campsite. The inlet was right behind us and a very nice afternoon seabreeze kept the evenings and nights cool.

Sunday morning breakfast with a view to enjoy.

Greens Pool (panorama)