So after our morning walk to view the beach at Stokes Bay we drove south to Parndana. Nothing there at all except a local pub. It was wet so we kept going south to Vivonne Bay where we set up camp.
We then set off for Seal Bay to see the seals.
The weather was very windy with intermittent showers so there wasn't as many people around as might otherwise have been. We were fortunate enough to be the only ones wanting a guided tour at the time we chose so we were able to experience an intimate tour of the beach to get up close and personal for some great photos.
Then it was back to the Karavan after a quick coffee and apple strudel at the Seal Bay Café.
On the way back we went for a look at Vivonne Bay from the western point. The sea was rough and it was blowing a gale.
A week later someone was killed at this very spot - taken by a freak wave.