Newberry Manor

16 Newberry Road, Dunsborough, Western Australia, 6281, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16 Newberry Road, Dunsborough, is near Cape to Cape Track.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunsborough

    Happily Ever After

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Mar 02, 2014

    18 photos

    ... due to some clever hidden doors.

    After all the maze fun, J went to soak in the jacuzzi whilst I read my book in the lovely garden of the hotel (the jacuzzi got a bit too crowded for my taste when two other couples got in and started chatting). I did get my chance the next morning though, when I was the only one there.

    That evening we had dinner in our room with the leftovers from the picnic hamper and we started on a puzzle we bought at ...

    Capsicum Bandits: Cowaramup to Conspicuous Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Dec 27, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... reds, oranges, and pinks in the sky and a wild and wonderful dark blue ocean with waves of white crashing on the pristine sandy beach. A nice place to enjoy a mai tai or a gin and tonic. Tanya had managed to stay awake all day despite having arrived just the day before and thus still being quite jet-lagged; however, after the mai tai she was sinking fast! We made it back to our chalet in Margaret River to prepare a quick snack for dinner and enjoy a glass of our newly purchased wine ...

    Down in the Caves

    A travel blog entry by grickling on Dec 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... caves and there were lots of crystals, stalagmites and stalactites which were set off by coloured lights. It was really humid and there were quite a few steps. At the lowest point, it as 37 metres below the ground. It was quite impressive and it is strange to think that about 100 years ago, the caves were a honeymoon destination and they would explore the caves by candlelight in their formal dress! In those times the steps and boardwalks ...

    A House!

    A travel blog entry by caravantics on Nov 16, 2013

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... glass and hand over your credit card. Cathie and I took the girls up to the stubby Cape Naturaliste lighthouse where we climbed to the top and were belted by the wind, we spotted some whales on a walk around Bunker Bay and we all went on the train ride out to the end of the Busselton Jetty and down to the underwater observatory. The jetty is 1.8km long, that's long for a jetty. It claims to be the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere ...

    The Adventures of T-creed and Lo-Zee

    A travel blog entry by jake.loz on Oct 07, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... Luckily for us three nobody could tell we were born and raised Victorians in-fact we actually got mistaken as foreigners from Europe, but so long as no-one knew our house address we were safe and loved being around town to watch the big game! Then before we knew it the three of us (Jakey included) were busy huddled up in the van playing cards and having our first sleepover in the van.

    Next day was Monday and sadly enough Jake being the ...