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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... by some of the surfers that we saw today. After water time, dinner time! We found a nice cafe called Sunsets in Gracetown and had a splendid lunch. I had a vegetarian brunch including halloumi, salad, poached egg and marinated tofu and it was packed full of flavour, it was a pleasant surprise. Back in the van and moving down the West Coast towards Augusta, we stopped to take some photos when we saw some tall trees in an impressive forrest. We ended up in Hamelin Bay. It ...
... very windy we thought that the sea would be very dramatic there. We stopped at a lookout on the way there on the Southern Ocean side of the cape. It was quite sheltered here and the Southern waters were fairly calm. However, we could see the lighthouse in the distance and the waters of the Indian Ocean over there were absolutely raging. We could see a line in the ocean where the calm Southern met the angry Indian. The scene before us when we got to the Water Wheel was ...
... are 176 stairs to climb in a spiral yet the view from top is magic.
Before automation, there were three Light keepers that took 4 hour rotating shifts throughout the night to ensure the light was always shinning. Their three cottages are still there today.
To supply the builders of the lighthouse and later the light keepers with water, a waterwheel was installed that captured water. The water was supplied to the wheel by a natural spring located in the nearby ...
... narrow windy paths and the trees over the top of us to get to the rubbish bin.
Eating at the cute little bakery at Margaret river
Shopping at Margaret River
Reading and finishing 4 big books
• Clockwork Angel , Clockwork Prince and Clockwork Princess ( The Infernal Devices )
•City of Bones (1st book of the Mortal Instruments )
We are having a great time at conto campground ...
... a pie, sausage roll and an Éclair to share and it was worth the sin.
After lunch we are doing the Cheer Winery Tour and we are being picked up at the back off the Visitors Centre at 12:45pm, the van arrives and Nathan (the tour director) jumps out and the tour of 8 begins. The first stop is the Adinfern Winery which is a family run winery, the family has owned the land through three generations and each generation has tried a different primary income, Cattle, Sheep and ...