Craythorne Country House
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... 40 tastings, and was an all day, 10am to 5:30pm experience. Lunch was also provided, where we were served kangaroo, crocodile, delicious breads, spreads, and more cheese.
The first winery we stopped at was called Adinfern Estate. My favorite wine from there was a 2013 Malbec. I had never heard of a Malbec grape before, but the wine would have been incredible with a nice steak and potato! They also had a nice Shepherds Harmony created from ...
... from the sun so make sure you cover up. We continued on further inland and I saw my first witchetty grub!!
We continued on to a bridge crossing the river and started the climb up 350+ (I counted 354 and Kylie counted 360) stairs to the top. This was a decent climb and deserved a rest at the top to take in the stunning views of the rolling hills and impressive houses and properties in the distance to the South and East.
... the Margaret River area for the night. Stingrays are protected here, and when we went down to the beach, saw 3 large and 1 small ray cuising up and down the beach so close in to shore that their wings broke out of the water as they swam.
Sunday, 16th November
We have gone from yesterdays adventures in the tree tops to descents underground in caves today. First was the Jewel Cave, large with 250 steps down and well developed boardwalks, about the only sort of cave we ...
... tents only etc. and it was a great spot to spend a few days, with tons of space, quiet and free firewood supplied etc.
Conto's is also a great base for a couple of other nearby attractions, namely a cave system and the Cape to Cape walking track. A limestone ridge runs for approx 100 kms along the south western coast and this is home to a number of accessible caves, with three in particluar aimed at the ...
... blow holes. Straining our eyes at the huge expanse of water around us, we were lucky enough to see several tails bursting out of the water. Both of us were like kids in Disneyland at this point! When it came to having to leave, neither of us wanted to, hoping to get just one more glimpse. But I literally had to drag Edd away backwards whilst he kept his eyes on the water. On Tuesday we went into Margaret river town centre and had a brief look around the ...