Baudins of Busselton
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Busselton
... 25) so we took it. This camp was set up 25+ years ago to provide affordable family holidays. Some of there facilities are a bit aged (but still functional) but there's plenty of shade, and their beachfront view is idyllic. Like many do, we could have stayed much longer, but we can't. We were asked not to tell any Western Australians about it - those that already know about it want to keep it for themselves! But interstate travelers are welcome, if there's a vacancy.
... might say – 1.8km, each way! That’s 1.8km to the end, and 1.8km back to the beach. Walking along an outlandishly long jetty in the middle of a sunny summer day with deep blue water all around is a great way to a) get some exercise, b) do some people watching, c) get a sunburn and d) almost get run over by a train. That’s right, a train; there’s one that takes people out to the end of the jetty and back! Along many parts of the jetty there isn’t even ...
... be late! The next 25 miles flew by, and soon enough I was at the outskirts of town. I even spotted an off licence - they didn't have any Colonial Brewery beer either (I have a suspicion it may not exist), so I did my best to pick something interesting in lieu. The shop assistant spotted my cycling kit and gave me a nice canvas bag to carry the bottles in too, which will make a nice souvenir! I got to Dan and Catheine's house at five to seven, feeling pretty pleased with myself as ...
... out into the bay. A sign at the entrance informed us that cats and dogs were not allowed. So no chance of bumping into the ' cat in the cage' then! We really enjoyed the walk out into the gorgeous Geographe Bay with the wind blowing through our hair and the seagulls squawking. I read the poem 'Pact' again that was on a board on the jetty. We had indeed walked the jetty's length to an extremity ...
... to come here again. We stayed in a park called Taunton Farm Holiday Park for three nights. It had farm animals and the kids were able to feed them each day at 5pm. Lucy had a ball there and didn't want to leave. There was also a jumping pillow so we hardly saw the kids! Right next to the park was a winery and once we had set up we headed straight there to get some wine! There were a lot of families with kids staying in the park ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Busselton
Search for more deals in Busselton
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations