Craythorne Country House

180 Worgan Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6284, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 180 Worgan Road, Margaret River, is near Mammoth and Lake Caves.
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River

Wild, Wet and Windy

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Aug 29, 2014

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... here. They have built a bridge over the top of water that surges in from both sides, but really crashes in from the seaward side. It causes huge surges to pour through this gap. Further out the huge waves crash through a narrow gap and cause waterfalls and spectacular white water and sprays everywhere. We sat and admired for an hour or so. It was hard to leave. To finish the day we stopped off at a huge pub that had a roaring fire and had a beer. A good day on all ...

Margaret River to Esperance...

A travel blog entry by dinanna on Aug 14, 2014

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... Wines! Friday August 15th So much to do in this region! We left picturesque Prevelly and headed back into Margaret River for the ultimate olive oil experience at Vasse Virgin. Goodies to nibble on and luscious olive oil body products...I'm in heaven! Next door was Yahava KoffeeWorks for a brilliant coffee for Rod and a heartwarming hot chocolate for me. We drove several kilometres out of town to the Berry Farm for more tastings of tantalising berry jams ...

Hamlin Bay, Margaret River.....sheep and wine.

A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on May 10, 2014

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... and rounded it up to $40 for the lot! How good is that. Lovely people around. Really enjoyed chatting to them as well. We tried the National Park for a caravan parking spot, but like most of them there are lots and lots of gum trees. Don't trust them overhanging the van. Never know when they will drop a limb, and they block the solar panels and satellite reception for the TV. Left there and headed for Hamelin Bay Caravan Park. Still tree infested, but found a clearer spot ...

Flavours galore

A travel blog entry by islandtraveller on Dec 10, 2013

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... the crystals and the beauty of it was amazing. The lighting in the caves amazing. The tour took us to different areas in the cave all so different.
We drove up to Cape Naturaliste to the lighthouse and down to Augusta to the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and the old water wheel and where the Southern Ocean meets the Indian Ocean.
Our Christmas day was spent a little different, although we tried to keep some tradition, we ...

Day-29 Perth to Hamelin Bay

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Dec 06, 2013

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... coast from various heavy storms in years gone by.

The park has lots of peppermint trees so nice and shady. We were parked close to the kids park lots of little kids playing and having fun, we were also close to the camp kitchen, very handy. Cooked ourselves a nice BBQ and settled in for the ...