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Travel Blogs from Dunsborough
... have. The road took us through lots of lovely forests with massive trees. Bella kept calling out 'tingle tree' whenever she saw a particularly big one. I guess she has learnt something. We stopped at the Cascades on the way and although it was pretty it was a bit disappointing. At least we got to stretch the legs for a bit. Our destination today was a working sheep station from the Camp 7 called ...
... landscape. The local gardens were a beautiful tribute to local art, a long-serving and treasured school teacher and the local community’s hope for peace.
I could have stayed for hours on that quiet Sunday morning, but the Squid Shack was calling us. Locally renowned as the “best’ fish and chips, the store had eluded us in 2008 when we made the considerable drive out to the boat ramps to find it closed! We had settled for tuna sandwiches made ...
... and were suitably impressed! For our final night it was Hayden and Ken's turn to put their culinary skills in action. Ken is Hayden's best mate who now lives in Adelaide but spends many a school holiday with us and he really is like an adopted brother and son to us all! With some input from Jess, Hayden and Ken wowed us all with gourmet burgers. They had ...
Day 9 - Friday, 9th November, 2012
I was up at 7am and walking around the town of Dunsborough by 8am. It is a nice little town with a great 'laid back' feel to it.
My immediate thoughts were, 'should I stay here another night'? But I decided against this because there are to many paces to visit and to many things to see and do. So after I had a coffee I hit the road and headed off to Yallingup ...
... at 2008. The region is made
up predominantly of boutique-size
wine producers, although winery operations range from the smallest,
crushing 3.5 tonnes per year, to the largest at around 7,000 tonnes.