Francois Peron National Park is north of Monkey Mia in the Shark Bay world heritage area. We stayed at a campsite on the eastern shore of the peninsula at a place called Herald Bight. It proved to be a good pick as the wind continues to howl from the south west and we were therefore more protected. This peninsular is entirely sand and had the deepest sand drifts we have come across. We bogged the trailer a few times getting it into position at the campsite, much to Stephen's delight and he was well employed with the shovel whilst Rich continued to lower the tyre pressure. Getting out after 2 nights we only got bogged once and it was easy to get out, so we had learned from our errors getting in. Again the wildlife here was special - but here we drove to the tip of the peninsular and sat at the lookout watching the activity below. We stayed about an hour and saw 3 manta rays, several stingrays, some of which were very large, a few eagle rays, a shovel nosed shark, green turtles and loggerhead turtles and large schools of fish. On the way back we stopped abruptly for a shingleback lizard on the "road" and when we hoped out to watch him, he put on a lovely display sticking out his blue tongue and trying to look really scary. We had a great look at all the wildlife. Stephen was happy as the 4 wheel driving was terrific, Matthew was happy as the wildlife was great and Claire loves turtles so it was a very successful spot.