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... to us. He told us a little bit about their bread and then we then toddled off loaded with our yummy stuff. Whilst driving back to the main road Jay suddenly yelled excitedly. She had seen a mob of kangaroos in a field at the side of the road. We turned round and drove back to get a better look. Apart from on Kangaroo Island I have never seen more kangaroos in one place. Most of them were lying down and relaxing with some boinging about. It was ...
... cut and built in a year wow. This is also the place where the Indian Ocean and Southern Ocean meet at a rock. We then headed off to the Jewel Caves we descended 250 steps down into and amazing world of stalactites and stalagmites. So have you counted the steps 854 phew that's a big day. In the cave it was a bit squashy at times having to duck overhanging rocks. Above ground again we headed back towards Margaret River and passed through a awesome ...
... night with a trial run this evening!
We decided to keep our adventures to the fairly local area around Yallingup and the first bay we visited was Canal Rocks, just nearby. These are amazing outcrop of rocks in a beautiful bay which have been formed with faults and fissures which, with the help of the sea, have worn the rocks away to form a patchwork of rocky islands with canal between them. ...
... and the height of the water isn’t sufficient to reach the sea. There is a sand embankment about 12 ft wide that separates the river from the sea. I then walked back to Gnarabup where the camper was along the coast path and watched a surf competition that was taking place a bit further up for a while. Once back at the camper I headed a bit further down the coast, only a short journey today, about 30 k’s, to Contos Campgropund. This is the camp that the guy ...
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LocationThis B&B, located on 1481 Wildwood Rd., Yallingup, is near Empire Retreat Spa.Map this b&b
DescriptionWildwood Valley, with its magnificent views to the sea, offers accommodation set on 120 acres in the heart of Wine Region. It is the perfect Margaret River accommodation choice for couples, honeymooners, families or groups. Our beautiful 120-acre property looks down the valley to Smiths Beach, giving us stunning ocean views. The large 200mē decking, with adjacent gazebo, barbecue area and pizza oven, is a wonderful place to relax or dine with friends.