Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsFonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park Manjimup
Not enough amenities, or powered sites. Manager not very warming.
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... was built 1895. It is a very high light house standing 39 meters tall and 20 metres above sea level for 59 meters total. Only one shipwreck happened after it was built. We also visited the waterwheel used to pump water to the lighthouse which now stands still calcified by limestone even though the water still runs over it. Our caravan park was right on Flinders Bay and on our beach walk this morning we spotted dauphins in the Bay. It is a lovely sheltered Bay ...
... d have to ask us for a lift back to town! The two male officers went back to the car, and Russell and I stood watching the climbers, and chatting with the fifth officer. She was telling us that they're usually stationed in Perth but have been brought down here for up to two weeks to assist with the fire situation as needed. Yesterday they were helping with evacuations at Northcliffe, at the moment they're floating around Pemberton awaiting instructions, which is ...
... with everything we had been doing all morning. We went to the train station to take a ride on the forest tramway. How cool is that? Jenelle picked up the tickets and we had about an hour to kill so we were told about the Gloucester tree. It is a 72 meter Kerri tree. It is the world's second tallest fire-lookout tree. Visitors can climb up to the platform in its branches for a spectacular view. Only ...
... Hotel on the Saturday to watch several acts and enjoy a beer in the shade. Sarah would like it to be known that if anyone ever tries to keep cool by placing a can of ice cold beer on their back, then make sure no one has opened it without them knowing first. Whoops!
We also enjoyed iced coffee (a delicious combo of ice cream and whipped cream) at the local tea room.
We would like to say a massive thanks to Dozz and Evie, and to Sarah's Mum and Dad, ...
The morning of Sunday Dec 29th we enjoyed breakfast on our deck (the large Huntsman spider who joined us for dinner the night before had since moved on) and watched the local birdlife solicit food items from other campers. There were western ring-neck parrots, kookaburras, Australian wood ducks, and Pacific black ducks all around, including a particular group of ducks that look a bit Mafioso as they suspiciously eyed our breakfast. We packed up the car for a day ...