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If you've ever had the chance to visit the south west of WA you will know how jam packed beautiful it is. After spending the majority of our trip travelling vast distances between attractions, in the south west you only need go 20km before there is some beautiful place to spend a day. Margaret River was so much more than I expected. My ...
... the humpback whales are in the area. This place Busselton appears to be halfway between Darwin and Antarctica. Again I am amazed at the size of Australia, and how relatively close Antarctica is then. The next day I spend a day at sea chasing Hump Back whales, but the only whales we see are Pygmy blue whales, who travel in pairs. According to Google there are 10.000 of them, so pretty special to see. They are grey but look light blue when they come close to the ...
... through the day. Started to drive to Margaret River but the weather got worse so we went back to the van. Listened to AFL - no TV reception - wrong side of hill.
Day 3 Walked early, Still windy but a bit of sun. Drove to Bunbury and watched the Richmond/Port Adelaide game at a friends place. He's a Richmond supporter and not happy.
We stayed in the van in their driveway - storm hit overnight. Very windy.
**** weather - not used to this after months of sun
... camping as we stay in a hotel in North Adelaide. Spoilt for choice for restaurants and we rediscover shopping and good coffee. As we leave we stock up with bread, cheese and lots of goodies at the Showground Markets. Really well done markets with wonderful produce. Sadly can't take much fruit and veg as we will cross the border soon. Pick up the dog and a quick visit to Hahndorf. Totally ruined tourist trap now and we decide to stick with our 1970s memories of the town. ...
... with just a single red sand track weaving through into the horizon, with the occasional property in the distance.
We retraced our steps and found the path that we should have headed out on. This joined onto the Cape to Cape Tack leading to Smith's Beach. This was a really impressive looking beach stretching for several miles. The sand was white and sparkling and the waves roared onto the beach. We found a sheltered spot and passed away a few hours. Afterwards, we walked ...