After leaving Middle Lagoon we went back in to Broome for one night to restock and catch up with friends, the Schofields. It was fantastic to catch up with them. We then drove south to Barn Hill Station, a cattle station that meets the sea. The beach was stunning with bright red cliffs, white sand and the most incredibly shaped and patterned rocks. We spent 4 days swimming, snorkelling, walking and exploring the beaches. It was beautiful and relaxing. We also had some very fun and friendly neighbours. We called ourselves the 'fringe-dwellers' because we were right on the outskirts of the camp grounds! However, we had the best spot, right on the edge of the cliffs. Ben had his birthday here which was a lovely change from being at work! He enjoyed his birthday pressie too, a day out fishing on a charter out of nearby Eco beach. He caught a coral trout, a spotted cod and a blue-veined emperor. We all enjoyed them for tea, delicious fresh fish! Now heading just around the corner (300kms!) to another stunning spot, 80 mile beach, for another 4 days.