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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... in Margaret River, well away from the tourist strip and clearly where the locals go! We missed visiting Kathy and Peter in Gracetown - we have made a beeline to their lovely home on all three of our previous trips to Oz and although we had a great two night/one day mini break it wasn't the same without them. Thankfully we had time together in Melbourne. So from Margaret River to Fairbridge we sped on Friday morning to get a good site at the ...
Our objective was to reach Bunbury as we edge our way closer to Perth. We've decided to slow things down a bit because we've book a site in Perth for the WA Easter holidays. Every caravan park, national park, farm stay ... etc... will be booked out during the Easter school holidays and Perth is our best bet for a place to stay as holiday makers will be travelling out of Perth for their last chance at some sun and surf before winter. At least that's my theory. Anyway, we've got ...
... a few for Christmas nibblies. Then another vineyard and another dozen wines to taste at Knotting Hill. Then we moved into the realm of chocolate tasting, cheese tasting on another couple of stops. The final venue was Colonial Brewery for beer tasting. We got dropped off at the campsite at about 6pm, slightly merry and full. We had a good rest before we contemplated what light snack to have ...
... this we went to find Gracetown Caravan Park which was a few kilometres inland from the ocean. We had chosen to come here because their advert boasted that it was in a natural, peaceful, bushland setting with kangaroos jumping by and possums delighting you by night. This sounded wonderful. We checked in and got a spot that was indeed in bushland but it was a bit creepy. As for the wildlife not one single kangaroo jumped by and not one single possum came by to delight ...
... It was quite windy and coming from the north east, made the Indian Ocean look menacing, yet on the eastern side it was relatively calm. We both had an incredible feeling standing at the bottom of the lighthouse, realising that as we looked north, we had the Indian Ocean on our left and the Southern Ocean on or right.
So much history here for Cape Leeuwin was named by Matthew Flinders in December 1801 when he sighted the Cape and commenced the mapping of the Australian ...
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