Bridgewater On Margaret River

Address: 5950 Caves Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5950 Caves Road, Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and Leeuwin Estate.
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Happiness is food and wine

    A travel blog entry by cjane on May 05, 2015

    ... centre where dolphins will sometimes come to shore. Of course none came whilst we were there but made friends with an octopus in a tank in the itty bitty aquarium.
    From there we went to Busselton which was hosting an Iron Man challenge that day, we didn't know until we were there. The reason we were there was not for muscular fit people but for the jetty which is the longest timber piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. What a claim to fame! Its ...

    Day 1 - Cape Leeuwin to Hamelin Bay

    A travel blog entry by dc240783 on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... After a few more steep climbs we headed back down the beach to Salmon Holes. The beach was packed with people trying to pick off some Salmon. There was another 1.5kms of beach walking till we got to White Cliff Point. There was one last climb to get off the beach and then we had our first views of the iconic Hamelin Bay. There were plenty of people on the beach swimming, mostly families and we could see the stingrays cruising through the water in ...

    Caves and 'CAMILLE'

    A travel blog entry by jean9murphy on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... Giants' caves that we had heard were the least touristy of the many spots you could choose from. It took about an hour to get through to a depth of about 30 stories down. We were the only ones down there and we turned our flashlights off and man oh man was it ever black! We had ladders to climb, ropes to use and a rock climb and even though it was nice and cool we were sweating! It was really great! ...

    Margaret River & Augusta

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... pulled out of our first stop while the moustachioed kiwi grumbled and I tried to look reserved and British. Emma tried too, for a couple of minutes. Sheep and Bottle was next, where their sparkling red slipped down just a bit too easily and we learnt that if it's not at least four years old it's no good. Tannins Apparently. The farm originally reared sheep, which use only now to mow the lawn. They've been replaced with grapes and more dollars. We discovered Melbec and bought ...

    Bunbury to Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by geslick on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... each retired to our vans at around 9pm. Day 2 After a night were it rained off and on for most of the entire night we woke to brilliant sunshine and no wind so the girls decided to do a large wash as we were all running out of clothes. Bob and I played around with our vans attaching our sun awnings as neither of us had ever put them up before so now was a good chance as we had time. The girls returned after washing and hanging the clothes on the line and we decided to walk down ...