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... towards Augusta, which is the main town of this area. Before we got there, we stopped to look at Blackwood River which appears to be part of Hardy Inlet. This is a pretty place which features jetties in order to get on and off of boats and to swim. The water level appeared to be pretty low when we were there. As it is an inlet, it may have been low tide. We passed through Augusta and made our way to Cape Leeuwin. This is a desolate place that ...
... into Christine and Darren along the way as they were enjoying a BBQ near the beach. We called into one of the local wineries, Flametree (our first of many) on the way home. The cellar door and the gardens were very impressive, the wines not so but we did manage to find a dessert wine that we liked enough to take home.
The following day we visited one of the many caves in the area, Ngilgi Cave. Previously known as Yallingup Cave, ...
... be back there again!
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We begonnen met een lange wandeling naar Busselton om het stadje te verkennen. De grote attractie is de 1.8km lange jetty die voor het centrum ligt. Het centrum van de stad was druk met caffee's restaurants en leuke winkels. We stopte voor koffie in een lunchroom. Daarna was het trerug wandelen naar de camping. Na de ...
... edge of town were four cottages, all that is left of the 100 which used to be the single men's quarters. The timber here is Karri which is a very strong hardwood. The Peppered Mill was started in 1913 by the Commonwealth Government to make railway sleepers. The six bridges cross the Lefroy river and are made from jarrah because Karri rots very quickly in water whereas jarrah does ...
... the gym, tried kangaroo for the first time and we have bought a car!! A Hyundai assent, it is a bit of a rust bucket but it works fine and we only paid 900 dollars for it which works out at 165 pounds each. It also means we now have a job straight away starting tomorrow! We are going to be working on the vineyards pruning the vines. It counts towards our visa days and hopefully I can save up a bit of cash. We needed the car to be able ...