We were a little shattered that night after the drive, but it was a lovely place to be. It had a calm atmosphere, tents set up for people who fly in, and a restaurant. It was quite different to the normal camping grounds that we go to, however, still very beautiful, and something that we had wanted to bring Mum to.
We met some local people there when they were fishing for turtle who have a camp at Gambanan on the Dampier Peninsula, bush camping, and they asked if we wanted to come and camp there. They said how they tell dreamtime stories, and teach more about their culture at their camp. We decided that we would have to come back up that road again once we had sent mum home to Melbourne as the time was too tight at this stage.