Pinda Lodge

Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Margaret River - Pemberton

    A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Jul 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... supports of the sixth bridge shrank and it has been declared unsafe so the tram stops at that bridge and returns to Pemberton. Apparently the owner does not want to spend the money to repair the bridge. It was a very interesting trip which lasted for almost two hours. Brian the driver provided a detailed commentary about the area, it's history and the local timber industry. Just ...

    What An Adventure.

    A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... They are only sheared seven times in their life then are sent to market. Who can eat lamb? Not me for sure. It was feeding time. No, not for the older sheep, this time the precious little lambs. They were so cute. We each had a baby bottle and a lamb to feed. I have never in my life done anything like this. After the lambs were fed we were shown how they pack the wool to be sent off to another country to ...

    It's getting closer!

    A travel blog entry by sharon27_3 on Dec 28, 2013

    But how slowly the time is going. I just want to be there already. Being on holiday before our holiday is wonderful but now the Christmas rush is over I have nothing to do - boring. Today shouldn't be too slow though saw we're off to Augusta for a family play day with wonderful friends. Boat is ready, canoe is ready, windsurfer is ready! I suppose I should organise some food for the troops. Really just a test run blog, see how I go uploading ...

    Contos Campground to Hamelin Bay

    A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Oct 11, 2013

    20 photos

    ... we squatted and had a cup of coffee and thought about it for awhile... like 2 seconds... then decided to give it a miss... which meant we had to either return via the same route, back about 1km, or try and find the well-disguised shortcut to meet up with the track where it comes out onto Boranup Beach... well it was a bit of bush bashing, but we picked up the old and ...

    Natural wonders and peculiarities

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... through the forests some more, we arrived at the tiny timber town of Norfolk, where we did a guided audio tour of an art installation called Understory. We then drove on to Pemberton where we hopped on a tram with our lunch to see some more trees (and a timber factory, some waterfalls, wildflowers, emus and kangaroos). Our last stop of that day was the bicentennial tree (a 62m tree used as a watchtower for forrest fires), which I managed to climb halfway before it ...