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It seems like we’ve been asking this question of each other ever
since we sold our business in Dunsborough, WA and decided to go on the
It all started when we received an unsolicited offer for our
management rights resort business in Dunsborough – a beautiful spot in
the WA Margaret River …
... is one of Cape Naturalist’s most popular tourist attractions. We spent 1.5 hours in the cave and according to the guide what we saw was only one third of the whole cave. We then headed to the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, calling into Eagle Bay and Bunker Bay on the way, both of which were stunningly beautiful. We toured the Lighthouse with a guide which is the only way you can enter the lighthouse and climb to the top to take in great ...
... playground. An extensive mix of all types of equipment possible - old and new. There was also a markets on so we looked and started Christmas shopping- ugh I really don't like shopping but has to be done. Back to the playground where we felt much happier just having fun on all the spots to try ...
... to work as we will be working at different vineyards all the time, some up to an hour away. Also the public transport here is non existent so at least on our days off we can go exploring! It's nice to be settled down in one place atm and to not be constantly packing my bag to move somewhere else everyday. The people in the hostel all seem very nice so hopefully I can make some good friends here :) time to start working and to get fit ...
... town about 3 1/2 hours south of perth on the WA coast. The whole area takes its name from the small river that runs through the town. Like most top wine producing regions, the climate is perfect and with lots of good free draining soil, plenty of sun and lots of rain, the early european settlers felt this spot would due great for a few vines.
We chose a really cute little camper van site on a local farm just south of the main town. It was ...