Observatory Guest House

7 Brown St, Busselton, Western Australia, 6280, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Brown St, Busselton, is near Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory and Grove Vineyard.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Observatory Guest House Busselton

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    Day 18

    A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... 25) so we took it. This camp was set up 25+ years ago to provide affordable family holidays. Some of there facilities are a bit aged (but still functional) but there's plenty of shade, and their beachfront view is idyllic. Like many do, we could have stayed much longer, but we can't. We were asked not to tell any Western Australians about it - those that already know about it want to keep it for themselves! But interstate travelers are welcome, if there's a vacancy.


    Five cheers

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... guide was informative and their Cabernet Merlot a fine brew. We left with a few bottles. 2. Voyager. With its Cape Dutch architecture and pretty rose garden this winery served up a cracking good Chenin Blanc. Half a dozen bottles later we were on our way. 3. Leeuwin. With Louis Vuitton as owner we were expecting much but the garrulous South African was rather tiresome and the wines overpriced. Still, the lunch was beautiful and the Semillon/Savvy a ...

    Pemberton, Margaret River, Bussleton

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 28, 2013

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    ... be late! The next 25 miles flew by, and soon enough I was at the outskirts of town. I even spotted an off licence - they didn't have any Colonial Brewery beer either (I have a suspicion it may not exist), so I did my best to pick something interesting in lieu. The shop assistant spotted my cycling kit and gave me a nice canvas bag to carry the bottles in too, which will make a nice souvenir! I got to Dan and Catheine's house at five to seven, feeling pretty pleased with myself as ...


    A travel blog entry by kangarog on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... out into the bay. A sign at the entrance informed us that cats and dogs were not allowed. So no chance of bumping into the ' cat in the cage' then! We really enjoyed the walk out into the gorgeous Geographe Bay with the wind blowing through our hair and the seagulls squawking. I read the poem 'Pact' again that was on a board on the jetty. We had indeed walked the jetty's length to an extremity ...

    Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by blondenomad on Jul 31, 2013

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    ... up this spiral staircase every night.
    We then sat in the lighthouse cafe for a well deserved coffee.

    Next on the agenda was the Jewel Cave and we drove through the beautiful Boranup Forest with the towering Karri trees, some which grow to 90 metres tall.
    The area is home to over 100 limestone caves which were formed over 1 million years ago.

    Jewel cave is the biggest of the show caves in Western Australia, it has 4 huge chambers and ...