Heritage Trail Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... three on Cave Road just outside of Augusta. It was only Discovered in 1957, when Cliff Spackman found a windy hole in the bush floor and lowered himself on a rope forty feet into the blackness. He found a giant undiscovered cave and decided to keep it a secret until he could return with better equipment. When he did he took a boat through to two adjacent caverns and had found the largest show cave in Western Australia containing some of the largest straw stalactites in the ...
... that he won't be able to make it the entire distance, but thankfully he does without too much effect. There are a few other walks that I'm keen to take, so Terry makes his way back to the van to read his newspaper, while I take off to do the other walks. There are some terrific photo opportunities, so I'm madly snapping away. Eventually I come to the end of the walk and make my way back to the van. Before long, we're back on the road and looking ...
... for choice and it was a bit of a lucky dip. Rod ended up sampling some local boutique beers before buying some heartwarming reds. I tasted some of the best nougat at the Margaret River Nougat Company...chocolate hazelnut my favourite! Today's rainy weather and green grassy paddocks were perfect for happy dairy cows and the Margaret River Dairy Company...I sampled some delectable cheeses and bought a creamy Greek yoghurt. Macadamia nuts were featured ...
Spent a few days exploring the Margaret River Region. We had our first decent rain which was a test for the camper as we found out one of our hatches was leaking. Luckily I discovered this before we settled down for the night as our bedding was wet through. Fortunately the mattress was dry. We were able to light a fire which accelerated the drying process. We were looking a bit like a chinese ...
... some fabulous trees, and great because it wasn't crowded, but I believe it's bedlam during school holidays... anyway, this little bit of paradise cost us $25 a night for two, and the camp kitchen was brilliant... oh! and some very speccy sunsets too!
In the camp kitchen this night we were talking to 3 Americans, from ...