Hilltop Studios Margaret River
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... for a while, completing challenges and finding secret doors and messages. They loved it. Margaret River was calling, the town itself is really pretty and the Main Street has lots of shops and cafés. I found a highly recommended winery for lunch called Brookwood. The outlook was beautiful, even on an overcast day - the vines were beautiful red and orange. Lunch ...
... cookies in that manner neither were ideal. All together though, a fantastic filling meal!
Once again, we were exhausted from nearly 12 hours of activities. After a 9:00 dinner, a few games, and some chit chat, we all crashed.
Saturday morning was the same routine as Friday, and our first stop of the day was Mammoth Cave! It was HUGE! There were tons of fossils that we saw from extinct super faunna of Australia. It was a tour ...
... limestone rock formations. Here we met an elderly lady doing the track by herself. She was very friendly and we had a nice chat and she continued on her way down the rope.
We continued on to near the ledge where there were again some stunning views of the rocky outcrops and the beautiful blues of the ocean. Just before Redgate beach we hit the soft sand (again!) which was a bit of a warm up for our next sand section. There were some decent ...
... the Margaret River area for the night. Stingrays are protected here, and when we went down to the beach, saw 3 large and 1 small ray cuising up and down the beach so close in to shore that their wings broke out of the water as they swam.
Sunday, 16th November
We have gone from yesterdays adventures in the tree tops to descents underground in caves today. First was the Jewel Cave, large with 250 steps down and well developed boardwalks, about the only sort of cave we ...
Back to the coast again as we head to Busselton for a few days. We had visited Busselton once years ago but remember it was a really **** day weather-wise. We remember seeing the renowned nearly 1.8 km jetty before, but probably didn't even get out of the car. This time the weather was much, much better .... funny how the weather makes a difference to the experience.
Busselton is very much a summer holiday and sea ...