Craythorne Country House
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... back to Bunkers Bay Beach cafe again for lunch before joining the boat. We drive to Dunsborough in Geographie Bay and wait on the beach for the guys to pick us up and then off we go heading out into the ocean again - and yes we see signs of whales. After slowing the boat we are floating next to 2 humpback whales & their 2 pups, they play, roll, jump, flick their flukes for about 30 minutes, so beautiful with pure white under bellies, we also are able to hear their ...
Mandurah was a good break and with a relatively short drive to Busselton, we have no hurry. Leaving just after 8.00am we travel east to Pinjarra and down the inland - South Western Highway to Bunbury (108kms), our first stop at 10.00am. The road is good with green farmland all the way. The farms had a variety of uses - cattle, sheep, hay, vegetables (potatoes). Very interesting and pleasant drive. The visitor centre is the old railway ...
... your most appropriate roo running down machine. So you can sympathise when I thought we had reached a well lived but premature end..
Once again our true calling was recognised as lightning fast the breaks on, gear change, a gap, a gap was spotted between the bounding roo’s! peddle to the metal and the defensive line was broken! But not without casualties. The gap had been tight between the roos and I wasn’t able to completely miss the front runner roo ...
Friday morning we woke up at 8:00 and left at 9:00. The first stop of the day, the Busselton Jetty! Busselton Jetty is the largest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. It takes 25 minutes to walk from end to end, and has tons of wildlife in the waters. We saw numerous fish, several stingrays, and even a swordfish! The jetty is over a mile long, and is a very common tourist attraction! After a quick hit of sugar from Hungry ...
... a soft sandy 4WD track. We were now inland from Gnarabup and Prevelly and continued on till we came out at Walcliffe Road.
We were finally on solid ground and were nearing the end of the day. We crossed over Walcliffe Road and headed back onto the trail down towards the Margaret River Mouth. There are some nice views of Margaret River along this section and we passed a structure/lookout which explained the surfing history of Margaret River and ...