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... fish and chips for dinner!
After too many days of cooler weather, we made the decision to head north for warmer temperatures, so the next day was spent on the road. After a night in a town called Collie (so named because it is at the heart of a big open face coal mining region) we headed north, via brunch in Bunbury, to Perth city centre for Saturday night to get a feel for the city itself. We didn't really see the best of the city that evening - for those of you who ...
... jumped on a tour bus Friday and did a 'Hits with kids' winery tour with friends Emma & Nick and their 2 kids Scarlet & Jack! It was fantastic. We visited four wineries including lunch at the Laurance Estate, we conquered the Ngilgi Cave which was 350 steps down underground and quite tight in some spots, we called into the Margaret River Chocolate Shop and then finished at the Cheeky Monkey Brewery that has a playground!! Our tour ...
This morning we drove through a Karri Forest on our way to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. We stopped to take some photos of these massively tall trees. They are very majestic. The drive through this region is so pretty. Through forest and country farms, past wineries and near the beach. Margaret River offers a little bit of everything here. It's just beautiful! We arrived at CapE Leeuwin lighthouse to buy an Ultimate Pass, which is the lighthouse precinct and ...
Over the last 2 weeks Ted has been scraping the Fire track and piling up the dirt at different sits. This dirt then had to be bought down to area one and spread for planting 380 plus plants and 2.1 kls of seeds. We start planting on Sat. Oh what a job a head of us. Hopefully we may have some help from the local Lions. Will take more photos once we start ...
On the way to Margaret River today we stopped off at Busselton and went for a walk along the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It was 1.8 kms in length.
We were here 20 years ago and they have refurbished it since then, so a lot safer to walk on, however, guess who fell over, yes me. There is an observatory at the end of the jetty which would have been nice to ...