Kangaridge Guesthouse

Address: 7 Devon Drive, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Devon Drive, Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and Leeuwin Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River

The Start of Study Week.... We didn't study....

A travel blog entry by nathanaustralia on Apr 06, 2015

3 comments, 13 photos

... made very good chocolate....

Our second to last stop was Thompson Estate, and I'm afraid they have forever ruined C******nay's for me. Their C******nay is out of this world. Their 2013 C************* a gold medal at the England World C******nay tastings out of over 6500 C******nay's. The top two C******nay's in the world both came from Margarete River that year. Now that I have that in my mind as C******nay, I'm afraid I'll never like ...

Tasting the local produce

A travel blog entry by jimhorrox on Feb 11, 2015

... cook breakfast (Bacon and eggs for one) and then off at 8 a.m. to the most south-westerly point of Australia (equivalent to our Lands End where the Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean meet and is protected by the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. I was due to climb the 170 plus steps but decided I might be a bit slow as there were a lot doing it so backed out. There was a very strong wind off the oceans but it was not cold.

We then proceeded ...

Margaret River

A travel blog entry by thehardys on Oct 31, 2014

16 photos

... I'd filmed it, it was hilarious. I thought he'd been stung by a stingray but noooo. Coming back from the beach, he was jogging up the small sand track when he stopped dead as his next step would have been on a snake. First it was as big as his arm span, then as big as the windscreen until finally he settled on 6 ft. "I nearly died" is all he could say. It was hard to hear over my uncontrollable laughter. We where later told that the snake encountered was a venomous dugite snake. Paul ...

Margaret River Volunteer Trip

A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... I wish we could've done more!

I learned a few things about Australia. First, the further south you go the cooler the weather. I’m sure that is wonderful in the hot summers, but in the rain cold is even more unpleasant. Second, lilies are an invasive species to Australia. Amongst the plants we were digging up were huge, beautiful lilies. They refer to them as "death lilies" because they can be poisonous ...

On The Road: Margaret River

A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 09, 2014

3 photos

... and the sea was as smooth as a baby's bottom, until we left the harbour. That's when I got my naval lesson of the day: the difference between a wave and a swell. When you're on land, waves are piddly little things that break against the shore. Swells are huge rafts of water that break against the shore and then sweep you out to sea (probably never to be seen again). Guess what we were riding? The boat pitched up and down like a see-saw. I usually have good sea legs, but ...

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