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... swooped I was wrong. We had just got out of the car and were in the process of choosing our site and a cranky magpie was making his presence felt. I left the outdoor setting up jobs to Steve and busied myself with the inside jobs – no chance of being swooped in the van.
We left the bikes on the roof of the car and returned to Busselton for a look around. First stop was the jetty which extends 1.8km over Geographe Bay it is ...
... than Dream World!" Mmmm….????.
We drove on and arrived at the Granny Smith apple capital of Australia= Donnybrook. Famous for the largest outdoor playground in our whole country which is true!!! ...
... we woke up this morning to find a big branch from one of the trees in the car park had decided to disconnect itself from the tree and park on our car bonnet! Amazingly the windscreen didn't smash but the drivers side lights are now completely smashed as well and we have two matching dents in the bonnet, one from a kangaroo the other from a tree! All in could do was laugh about it, just our luck eh. Looks like we will have to get some new lights and fittings sorted this ...
... town about 3 1/2 hours south of perth on the WA coast. The whole area takes its name from the small river that runs through the town. Like most top wine producing regions, the climate is perfect and with lots of good free draining soil, plenty of sun and lots of rain, the early european settlers felt this spot would due great for a few vines.
We chose a really cute little camper van site on a local farm just south of the main town. It was ...
... Discovered by an explorer in the 19th century, he turned it into Western Australia's biggest tourist attraction for most of the 19th and 20th century. Crawled through parts and admired the caves. At one it was 37 meters deep, known as Cupids Point. The caves used to be a very popular place for honeymoons as well. Drove further south through the Margaret River region to Yallingup, a near identical copy of ...