We spent Saturday night camped at Mt Thirsty Roadside Camp No 311 in the Camp 6 Book after leaving Esperance in the morning and arrived about lunchtime. This was a lovely spot, with plenty of parking room for large motorhomes, lots of shady trees and adequate rubbish bins. The railway was close by but didn't distract us in the bus as we are quite soundproof. We had the whole area to ourselves with the only visitor being Ray, stopping for a cuppa on his way to Kalgoorlie to pick up his wife from the airport. Lorraine had been in Africa for 8 days. Lucky thing!!! We arrived in Kalgoorlie and joined lots of other Motorhomes at Centennial Park in Hannan Street, one of the many staging areas for the rally. Tomorrow morning we will be entering the rally site where we will spend the next couple of weeks. Officially the rally starts on the 10th October, but volunteers are allotted different days depending on their duties.
I thought I would share a little bit of Esperances's Stone Henge located on the road to Cape Le Grand. It looks quite spectacular and is open for visitors for a fee of $5 per person.