Bridgefield Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... us! Being an affluent town, we already knew finding a cheap campsite wasn’t going to be easy in Margaret River and the ones we had as a backup weren’t looking promising. So seeing a campsite sign, we tried our luck and headed down a small lane, past a paddock of Kangaroos and down a dirt lane over a field, we hit lucky! To our surprise we found a very nice little farm at the bottom with an excellent ...
... and went out onto the landing into huge wind and awesome views. Apparently Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse has been voted third best water view in the world, which makes perfect sense.... Uninterrupted water views towards Antarctica in the South, South Africa in the West, and all the way to Uruguay in the south-westerly direction. We made a few quick trips around the lighthouse to see the view from every angle, but we mostly stayed around the southern ...
After a wonderful weekend we said a sad farewell this morning to Greg and Tara as they headed off to Perth and then onwards to Sydney. We consumed a lot of local wine and beer over the weekend and had a lot of laughs and fun. Today we had a very relaxed rest day to recover.
We wandered into town in the morning to pick up some shopping and then we went back again in the afternoon for just one more Millers Ice Cream. This has ...
... we reached the Margaret River area. We were picked up from the caravan park at approximately 10am. We then travelled to Bunker Bay to pickup four ladies who were also on the tour. We were treated to a wonderful day, visiting several wineries, two chocolate factories and an olive oil factory and two breweries. Lunch was at one of the wineries. After sampling many wines and beers, we were delivered back to our caravan at approximately 5pm. It was a most enjoyable ...
... dazed on her arrival. We loaded all her luggage, which included half of everything she owns, plus a few items for me, into the car and headed out into the sweltering summer heat. Before we even left the airport carpark she already managed to have a series of small panic attacks that I was driving on the wrong side and we were going to have a head-on collision, but of course that didn’t happen since we drive on the opposite side here in Australia. It would have been a lousy way ...