Heritage Trail Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... turned 18 they had to, by law, leave the Cape. If they had daughters they were usually married by the age of 18 and had already left the Cape to start families of their own. Combined with the isolation of the area, life would have been tough. On the upside the fishing was good off the nearby rocks and there were large number of crabs which the keepers would catch and share amongst the families. Cape Leeuwin is also where the Indian Ocean meets ...
Back to the coast again as we head to Busselton for a few days. We had visited Busselton once years ago but remember it was a really **** day weather-wise. We remember seeing the renowned nearly 1.8 km jetty before, but probably didn't even get out of the car. This time the weather was much, much better .... funny how the weather makes a difference to the experience.
Busselton is very much a summer holiday and sea ...
... 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 ...
... winery and olive oil tastings. Then distillery and bush tucker lunch, chocolate factory and finished at Cheeky Monkey brewery and wines. The young couple were staying at an Ecco Lodge and when we dropped off the front paddock was fill of grazing ...
... where we happily discovered the car had not been towed or impounded due to mis-payment of park fees) and headed off to Pemberton, where we would be staying for the next two nights. Tanya was getting quite sad that she had now been in Australia for a full 48 hours and she still hadn’t seen any kangaroos other than several unfortunate road-kill carcasses, but kangaroo witching hour was upon us. They like to come out just before sunset, frequenting areas of open grass near to ...