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... take them back into the shop and pay for them. Once we got to the supermarket I let the kids have a roller basket each to get the groceries. Things were a bit hectic at the check-out, one of the guys in line behind us warned me that my daughter had just wandered through with a block of Cadbury chocolate still in her basket which I again had to sort out with the check-out guy. Well that was enough shopping with the kids for me, time to get out of town. I figure a ...
... The walk goes from Cape Naturaliste in the north to Cape Leeuwin in the south. It is 135 kms long. The wildflowers were just amazing. In some places it was like walking through a garden. We saw three snakes and heard about a few more from other walkers. I was surprised that there weren't more walkers - about 2-3 small groups a day. We always had to stop and compare water crossings, snake sightings, etc.
We walked along narrow tracks, 4WD tracks, rocky ...
... close to 6 pm. We stopped at three winery's along the way as we followed the Cave Road through the Margaret River Wine Region; Credaro Family Estate, Driftwood Estate Winery and Xanadu Wines and of course the Margaret River Chocolate Factory. The final leg of the day we travelled through Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the Boranup Karri Forest which was impressive to say the least. Actually the ...
... didn't have any luck fishing here. We spent our time exploring the area. We visited a museum, viewed beautiful coastal scenery, as well as walks along the river to the ocean. Yes like many of the rivers along this coastline, the mouth is silted and only flows into the ocean a couple of times a year.
24.2.15 Albany We used our stop here to restock, no tourist stops this time except for a walk to the Brig Amity and the new ...
... which is kinda beautiful. So we walked from the car to the rock, around 1500m. And then walked around the rock, great view. There was a man there setting up a course which we guessed was for orienteering. There was also a pathway going from Meelup to Dunsborough which i would love to hike someday although i'm not sure when i'll have the chance. The ngligi caves in Yallingup were next. They cost $22.00 to enter but i would say that they are definitely worth it! They are small compared ...
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