Heritage Trail Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... and you can hear all the drops of water onto the cave lakes. It takes 8-12 months for rain to seep through the ground and exit out on the cave roof. They had a shawl which looked amazing lit up. In 2010 the water was in danger of drying up ...
... After studying the map and went to a couple more wineries, a nougat place, the Margaret River Chocolate Factory and a Distillery. Back at Evans & Tate we went back in and purchased a couple of bottles of wine, with our 10% of our purchase, again due to being CMCA members. There was only another couple of travellers in for the night, it was certainly a great spot to pull in for the night. ...
... centre where dolphins will sometimes come to shore. Of course none came whilst we were there but made friends with an octopus in a tank in the itty bitty aquarium.
From there we went to Busselton which was hosting an Iron Man challenge that day, we didn't know until we were there. The reason we were there was not for muscular fit people but for the jetty which is the longest timber piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. What a claim to fame! Its ...
... on spiral up the outside of the trunk. Not much to grab you if you slip. Other people were climbing and you could hear their anxious voices throughout the forest! Stopped at some other pretty interest spots where we watched s little flycatcher (bird) flit around our feet and nearby searching for insects. It wasn't frightened of us at all and actually flew up to us from afar. Took a few pictures of the Big Karri but a photo just doesn't do the tree's ...
... The non-Australians and I were so sad to be digging up such pretty flowers just to toss them on the ground with the other weeds. My flat mate sadly looks at the wheel barrel of flowers and says, “We pay for these in Brazil.”
In the afternoon we had free time to explore a bit of the park area. A group of us borrowed bikes from the office and were able to go for a very muddy bike ride. I was ...