We met this shingle back lizard on the road in to Fowlers Bay. He was not too pleased to see us!
Remember Bob from Napperby? He suggested we stay in Fowlers Bay as he's visited many times over the years and fishing for squid off the town jetty is popular. We didn't catch any squid but we did stay for two nights.
I've never seen sand dunes like the ones at Fowlers Bay and it seems they're slowly encroaching on to the town as the towns main road was where the dunes now stand.
It's an interesting town of only a few houses and feels so isolated given that the town's water supply is from an aquifer. What look like garden hoses run from the aquifer amongst the dunes to the homes of Fowlers Bay. The town uses solar energy and a generator kicks in when that runs out.
If you're intending to stay at Fowlers be sure to fill your water tanks beforehand as you can't fill from the caravan park. There's also no dump point.
We enjoyed sitting by the camp fire at night at the caravan park and the kids enjoyed meeting other kids who were staying too.