Bridgewater On Margaret River
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... were very beautiful and as part of the Gourmet Escape the winery was hosting a dinner in their dining room that night for 200 people at $150.00 per head and it sold out in 15 mins.
The gourmet village opening hours were between 11.00am and 5.00pm on the weekend and according to the weather forecast Saturday was going to be the better of the two days. Gordon and Janet had made the big move from Yallingup to ...
... retirement area and rightly so .. a very nice seaside town. A few kms from Busselton is a smaller seaside town of Dunsborough and other stunning beaches as you head up Cape Leeuwin to the tip .... effectively where the Southern Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. Easy to see how people could retire here, particularly as its not that far from Perth and close to the Margaret River wine region.
After Busselton we head for ...
... s a pretty little town centre as you would expect, with lots of boutique stores and coffee shops. We then went on to the infamous caves. We decided to visit just two of the three well known ones. Mammoth and lake cave. These caves are just around the corner from one another so it's easy to do both within two hours. First we stopped at Mammoth cave. This is a self guided walk. The cave is large and pretty spectacular inside. They give you a tape player that gives ...
This morning we travelled 140 Km's from Big Valley Farm to Pemberton which is in forest land in the south west. After setting up in the caravan park we had lunch and then headed off to the Pemberton Tramway for a ride through the forest. The tram Is privately owned and used to run from Pemberton to Northcliffe, crossing six bridges. However as a result of the drought a few years ...
... off for a walk through a forest, then another forest and then another forest. The grown-up said that it reminded her of walks that she does back at home, with all the trees and the rain! Eventually, we found the actual Margaret River, or a section of it at least. It was lots bigger than I thought that it would be and it was very still.
The grown-up and me walked along the river for a while and saw some ...