Bushy Lake Chalets
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... us and after a bike ride into Gracetown in the morning the four of us headed out to Leeuwin Estate to the village along with thousands of others. As you enter the village we were each given a tasting glass and then had to purchase "gems" which is the currency in the village. Each gem is worth $7.00 and with that you can buy a glass of wine (tastings were free) or a sample plate of food from which there was a huge variety ...
... and base ourselves at "Big Valley", a working sheep farm and caravan park about 8kms from the main hub of Margaret River township. Its a long time since our last short visit in this area and memories are a bit vague but its a pretty sensational region, 130 + wineries, 10 breweries .... whats not to like? Yes, we did visit a few wineries and there are some spectacular ones in terms of gardens, cellar door setup etc. but ...
... when you are at certain points within the cave. When you come to the end you have to cross back over the road that you have just walked under whilst in the cave. Quite surreal! The second we visited was lake cave, this cave is smaller in size but was by far my favourite. This is done with a tour guide. There is just one narrow walkway in the cave as the rest is water, hence the name. There is the only suspended table in a public cave in the world ...
... supports of the sixth bridge shrank and it has been declared unsafe so the tram stops at that bridge and returns to Pemberton. Apparently the owner does not want to spend the money to repair the bridge. It was a very interesting trip which lasted for almost two hours. Brian the driver provided a detailed commentary about the area, it's history and the local timber industry. Just ...
... ups in canoes floating along the water, but then we couldn't see the river and there was just trees and shrubs. There wasn't even a single animal or flower to see, nothing, so that's why I thought that it was boring! The only non boring thing was that the grown-up let me play in the trees and go climbing, really high at one point, over the water! It was very good that I didn't fall in!
Till next time... ...
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