|Pardoo office and reception with a few essentials if needed.|
|The sign on the bowling green says "Coffin Dodgers Bowling Club"|
|The pool, a bit chilly when you first get in!|
|Our site, green grass a bonus as do all the 150 sites.|
We decided to stay for a week and just enjoy the warmer weather as we had been travelling since Adelaide and not stayed in one place for more than a couple of days, partly to do with the cool/cold weather.
|We missed many beach sunsets while having sunset drinks with fellow campers.|
|Finally made it to Red Point for a sunset!|
|At Red Point as the sunsets over the mud flats|
|At low tide you can walk out at least 1km before you get to the water.|
|A little hermit crab making his way up the rock to his home for the night.|
|One of the many Shell Urchin Fossils that could be found when the tide was out.|
Many come to Pardoo to fish, some stay for many months to enjoy the fishing and the climate, we were lucky enough to be offered some mullet by one of the couples which we really enjoyed. You can either fish at Banningarra Creek about 18km from the camp or Pardoo Creek just 5km.
|Barringarra Creek about 18 km from the camping ground.|
|This stingray got the boot back into the water.|
|A popular fishing spot on the Barringarra Creek|
Enjoyed our stay at Pardoo, another on the list to return!