Baudins of Busselton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We made the most of our awesome room at Bauden's B&B and slept in late. Just a couple of day trips planned for today so we knew we could take our time. Also, as it turned out, we had mistakenly deviated from the planned course the day before and already driven up through the Margaret River Valley, which was to be a big focus for the day.
So today we 'turned the corner' so to speak, as we said goodbye to the Southern Ocean we left in Albany and greeted the Indian Ocean on the western shore of Australia.
We left Pemberton after having a nice, if expensive, breakfast in town at a little cafe just down the street. I have to say Pemberton was a really nice little town all …
... her choice of activities also - such as enjoying a stroll and lunch at Laurance Winery.
We left Laurance Winery satisfied and kept heading north visiting the coast line along the way. Busselton is less than 50 kms from Margaret River township and could be considered the gateway to the Margaret River region. Our intentions were to stop and take a walk on the 1.8km long Jetty before hitting the road again but as we were driving into Busselton we noticed that ...
... br> In the evening we went to the cinema to see Wolf Creek Two (possibly the worst film of all time), and on our last night enjoyed the view of Busselton's jetty from The Lobster, a perfectly situated pub on the shoreline, enjoying a Sauvignon Blanc and a Little Creatures Pale Ale.
Busselton is a lovely town, and if you're ever in Western Australia it is well worth a few days of your time.
... avoid some busy roads - just as well, as he directed me away from the highway that I'd been planning on using, as apparently it is usually full of tourists driving distractedly as they look for wineries instead of concentrating on the road. He mentioned that there was a good brewery on the route. It was about half four now, and it was 7 or 8 miles away. I guessed that the closing time might be 5. Since he'd suggested it as a nice place, I decided it would be great to buy Dan a ...