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... s when timber was the main export of this region. Stunning driving along.
We stopped at the first cave that was recommnded to us. Chatting with the Ranger, he helped us to decide to explore the next one called Gaint's cave. A very good decison,. We had the best time exploring this huge cave with a depth down to 87Metres along many ladders, ...
... blow holes. Straining our eyes at the huge expanse of water around us, we were lucky enough to see several tails bursting out of the water. Both of us were like kids in Disneyland at this point! When it came to having to leave, neither of us wanted to, hoping to get just one more glimpse. But I literally had to drag Edd away backwards whilst he kept his eyes on the water. On Tuesday we went into Margaret river town centre and had a brief look around the ...
... drive up the highway to pick up Marlene and yours truly. We just sat on a bench and advised the visitors that it was only five minutes, a gentle walk, downhill on a paved path to the Falls!
We enjoyed a pleasant lunch in Pemberton and then drove through miles of Kari Forest on a twisting, turning, two lane highway with a speed limit of 110 kph. Marlene had taken over the driving by this time and ...
... off for a walk through a forest, then another forest and then another forest. The grown-up said that it reminded her of walks that she does back at home, with all the trees and the rain! Eventually, we found the actual Margaret River, or a section of it at least. It was lots bigger than I thought that it would be and it was very still.
The grown-up and me walked along the river for a while and saw some ...
... took themselves down to fish while Geoff did a coastal walk (a small part of the 135km Cape to Cape coastal walk).
A bit of reading, some homework for the boys, Nicholas entertaining himself on the playground next to our site..then suddenly it's dusk and time to settle in for the evening around a good camp fire..all is good!