Bridgewater On Margaret River
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... installed a system to pump rain water into the cave, of the same makeup and quality, in the fear of losing the stygofauna that live here.
We then drove to Hamelin Bay which is famous for the large rays that visit the area. We ...
... next morning we stopped at the Margaret River Vension Farm to sample some products and we purchased a tasting plate of pate, salami and other products. We then went onto Margaret River, both of us thought it was a very yuppies town. After Margaret River we went to Prevelly to the mouth of the Margaret River, a very nice neat town. We travelled along the Caves Road, spending a night in the Boranup ...
... with a train and an underwater observatory, neither of which we went on. Instead we walked to the end and back and considered swimming (too cold for that). This walk followed by a delicious lunch at Bootleg Brewery caused a recurrence of "Red, red face" as numpty here forgot about sunblock. It's chilly in the morning and I forget that the weather improves dramatically through the day.
Back to lunch though, breweries in Margaret River (and nearby ...
... nice views of Cape Leeuwin lighthouse if you look back. We were also lucky to see plenty of wildlife including a Bobtail, Tiger Snake and plenty of different birds. Around the 8-9km mark there is some beach walking and at least one steep dune climb. Just after this at about 10am we had our first break, choc chip muffins!
The next section is tough! We head onto the beach after our break and it was a long section of soft sand walking. The beach ...
... You can't visit Margaret River without visiting a winery or two and the best way is with a tour, let someone else do the driving. Our tour included lunch, 3 wineries, a venison farm, cheese and chocolate factory and finished the day off at a brewery. We also checked out the famous Margaret River Surfers Point, Cape Naturalist Lighthouse as well as some of the coastal towns.
One more stop before we arrive in Perth.