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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
We took the bus down to Margret river for the weekend which is a great beach town with amazing caves that is also famous for its wineries! We stayed at a small hostel and went out with the group of people working there picking grapes. They were really nice but in 3 months they hadn't seen any of the local sights at all which just seems insane. They just ...
... this is unescourted!
Following on from here you can enter Boranup Forest, a beautiful Karri Forest that has many bush walks and picnic spots.
Margaret River is home to Western Australia's wine region, so you wont be able to go far without finding a winery, brewery or cidery.
If you feel like dropping into a few why not hop on a tour instead! There are many wine tours that start in the ...
... the food was fantastic with BYO wine, a great evening. Friday we left Margaret River and travelled back to Perth calling in at various coastal areas, the beaches are stunning white sands and turquoise water. We stopped off at Basselton Beach and had a walk along the 1.8km jetty and the view of the beach on the way back was spectacular. I do love the Aussie beaches. Thank you Jill and Ron for a fabulous few days and showing us some amazing places in Western Australia and great food to ...
1. Parrys Beach – near Denmark
2. Coal Mine Beach – near Wallpole
3. Gracetown – near Margaret River
All are protected sites and all are teeming with wildlife right on your camp door. Parry's Beach we were surrounded by tame (non swooping) magpies. At Coal Mine Beach we had the joy of seeing a joey in her mum’s pouch right in our campsite and in Gracetown we have had ...
... but perhaps the terrain was a little taxing for at least 2 of us (that's Louise and I, not Lissie!)
We booked into Gracetown caravan park at $13 each and enjoyed the luxury of the camp kitchen, and lots of giveaway food from a large group staying there. It was a very cold night, but there were too many younguns around the campfire, so it was off to bed early. Turns out it was only 5 degrees overnight.