Baudins of Busselton
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After checking in we set off to find our site and, lo and behold, our Isreali friends from Bremer Bay were camped 2 sites away from us. What a great opportunity to keep building our friendship!
We certainly had a huge week.
Thursday the 20th was Damien's 12th birthday so we took the opportunity to celebrate it at Swings Taphouse and Kitchen and enjoyed a great tapas-style lunch. After the meal we went fishing - as this ...
... There are quite a few to choose from, but the ones we saw near the town-beaches look very unappealing - far too crowded for us. Our research uncovered a couple of church-run campgrounds a few k's out of town, that sound good, and are quite a bit cheaper than the commercial places. We drove out to check out a couple, and find that one stretch of beach about a km long has about 10 of these church/charity camps along it. We went in to the Anglican Camp, and they had a spot ...
... appeared to only have a metal hinged lid without a proper seal, so I'd have been spilling beer all up the road to Bussleton! After a quick photo or two, I was off, sadly empty handed. Dan's route suggestion was brilliant - the road was quiet and surrounded by trees, and far more pleasant and safe than it would have been to ride up the main highway. Again, I was blessed with a great tailwind, and got into the big ring and speeded North to Bussleton. This was good, as it meant that I ...
... leaving Perth. We soon found the Telstra shop and got ourselves sorted and back on the internet. We then did some food shopping before driving to the sea front to have some lunch. We parked up very close to the amazing Busselton Jetty which I had strolled along back in October. After lunch Jay and I went to stroll it together. It is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere stretching almost ...
The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is the tallest in Australia's mainland being 38 metres tall. The lighthouse became active in 1896 and was a kerosene lamp, that was turned manually by the lighthouse keeper.We climbed the spiral staircase of 176 steps to the top of the lighthouse and enjoyed the panoramic views, where the waters of the Indian Ocean meet the waters of the Southern Oceans. It was amazing to think that the lighthouse keepers had to lug 30 litres ...