Picture this, after a refreshing night sleep, you wake to a brisk cool morning. You don the swimmers, take a brisk walk to the hot springs before breakfast. You dip into the warm waters with steam rising above the surface and little welcome swallows darting about just above the water looking for their breaky. You are soaking in the warm waters and watch the sunrise over the horizon and you have the whole area to yourself. Well until other people eventually make their way down. That is what we did, it was wonderfully nice, warm and relaxing.
Our view on the Dalhousie Springs camping area hasn’t changed. The area seems to be in an exposed area, so it gets the wind, which whips up the dust.
After breaky, pack up, morning tea and a last dip we headed off.
We had lunch at Purnie Bore and then went for a walk checking out the Bore, shower etc, the shower was huge, could fit 10 people in there.
The day area is very dusty, we assume some people would camp in that area but we think the main camping area is around the corner near some trees which is better. There is also an overflow area.
We have come across several people with no sand flags and one guy with no CB as well. The flags really do make a difference as to how visible people are.