"Seclusions" of Yallingup
Travel Blogs from Yallingup
After setting up camp we ventured across the road to the Caves Hotel, where a night market was set up. What a fantastic idea being able to parouze around the market with a beer in hand, particularly because they sold Little Creatures pale ale! It was a very cute little night market with jewellery and nick-nak stalls, many having travelled from nearby Dunsborough. We were actually very restrained and didn't get a beer in, but ventured back to the campsite to cook up ...
... of wine on Saturday evening, after we had spent most of the day at the beach and had enjoyed a nice meal in Margaret River.
The Margaret River area is a famous wine region and the next day's activity was scheduled to take full advantage of that fact: we were going on a wine tour! The Bushtucker's Wine Tour bus picked us up from the hotel in the morning and straight away we were off to our first winery of the day: Swings & Roundabouts, where we enjoyed a ...
... br> We watched the Melbourne Cup at the nearby Caves Hotel which
had a really cool beer garden with a ping pong table so all the kids and Dads
were entertained. With so many of us- 13 adults and 16 kids there was enough to
warrant organising the traditional Melbourne Cup sweep and we all enjoyed a
laugh when the couple who never really follow the “race that stops the nation”
took home the winning prize money.
We hung out ...
... that used only their hiking pole as a centre lift (Six Moon Lunar Solo) and super-lightweight and compact NeoAir Thermorests.
The last bit of the walk took us 1.5 hours
After crossing Willyabrup Brook we came up to a carpark and couldn't see any signs, so ended up on the 4wd track that finally brought us out to the Willabrup Lookout, where ...
... In between the showers we scrambled up to a good vantage point and swaying about in the wind we got some great photos. It was awesome. After this and with the rain now pelting down we drove a little further up the coast to Injidup Beach where we got a brilliant view over to Canal Rocks. It was great to see it from this angle. We got there just in time as within minutes a mist ...