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... inflatable water slide (4 stories high!) nearby, and had a ball whilst the Dawson's watched and took photos. We then left them and had some take-away lunch at the beachfront café, then grabbed a few groceries on the way home to the resort for a swim and water slide.
We had a great, relaxing, long swim in the resort pool from about 4pm to 6pm, then got the washing in and went to the Sparke's cabin to help them use-up the ...
... to repair Sam's bike, and have lunch and an ice-cream at "Simmo's ice-creamery" near the Busselton jetty.
The Busselton Jetty precinct is just spectacular - beautiful beach, manicured green grass, huge shady trees and shade-cloth shelters to eat under, picturesque green water, and the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere - 1.8km long !! (It was longer, but was damaged in a cyclone a few years back) The jetty ...
... Callum loved that! The whole trip through was almost 3 Klms along and so took us over an hour. Such fun and very interesting to see all the staletites growing and all their different colours from the soil tannins above the cave. The Ranger told us lotf os interestig things and it was incredible to elarn so much new details about these ...
... for the next few days. We are now officially in the south west of Australia!
After lunch we put on our protective tarpaulin as rain was forecast and almost as soon as it was up the rain came down. It cleared up again around 5pm so we made dinner and had a stroll down to the beachfront only a couple of minutes away. More exploring tomorrow.
... sunglasses to his regular pair!
Despite these challenges, the visit to the caves was really great. They've done a really nice job of putting together the stairs and platforms throughout the caves, complete with different lighting setups at each stop that really showcased the various aspects of the formations. Very cool. We took a ton of pictures, and Dad kept asking the guide questions that she didn't know the answers to which I found amusing. ...
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