Forte Leeuwin Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... the kids enjoyed watching it smash on the cliffs at Canal Rocks. I had a surf check once the wind died down on the second day but it was a bit out of my range being about double over head in the morning but a bit smaller in the arvo so we all went down to Injinup Point and the kids sand boarded the dunes while I gave the arms a work out at the point. For Em's birthday we went to a maze with the kids and finished the day with some gourmet fish chips and callamari ...
... the port at Hamelin Bay to England. We stopped to see the old water wheel, which was built in 1895 to provide fresh water for the workers building the lighthouse and later for the lighthouse keepers and families. Finally left Augusta after a drive along the waterfront to Flinders Bay, and then a visit to the Pioneer cemetery. The first settlement in 1830 failed, and a second settlement was established in 1860. Augusta was the second settlement in ...
A two day entry: Britz Caravan pick up from Perth occurred on time and without a hitch. Thanks to Pat for dropping us off and letting us return to pick up our things and for giving us a lovely bowl of soup for lunch and delicious Anzac cookies for our tea times. We opted for a Big 4 campsite called Peppermint Park at Busselton and arrived shortly before 6 pm after doing a stock up. With time change it is ...
... is a winemaker. Lunch was at The Bootleg Brewery, where Josh enjoyed a tasting paddle of their produce. Favourite beer - not sure. Next on the agenda was going to be Cheeky Monkey, but a secret source said it's close to the worse beer in the region, so we deviated to Cowaramup Brewing Co (which Josh wasn't impressed with), and Colonial Brewing Co. A quiet night in, poor Paddy had a small break-down so was warranted. Off to Pemberton ...
... s when timber was the main export of this region. Stunning driving along.
We stopped at the first cave that was recommnded to us. Chatting with the Ranger, he helped us to decide to explore the next one called Gaint's cave. A very good decison,. We had the best time exploring this huge cave with a depth down to 87Metres along many ladders, ...