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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 …
... Gold Coast is to schoolies in NSW and QLD, Dunsborough is to schoolies in WA. An estimated 6,000 school leavers descend on Dunsborough during the last week of November, much to the dismay of the locals. The caravan park we stayed in is one of the few places that will accommodate the schoolies which reinforced what we had initially thought about who owns/runs the park. Even the permanents who live in the park are advised to find alternative accommodation ...
... Visited 2 more wineries on the way home and actually bought a couple of bottles. Can't come all the way to Margaret River without buying their wine! One of the wineries was called the Voyager. It was like a palace. Magnificent and obviously making lots of profit. The wines were not as expensive as we had first thought. It had a restaurant as well and the lawns and surrounding gardens were so well ...
... snakes in the middle of the night!
On our first afternoon we planned to visit the olive oil producers, Olio Bello, but sitting down for five minutes in our tent led to a two hour sleep. Never mind, there was plenty of tasting to be done the next day on our Bushtucker Tour.
We were collected at 10:45am from the campsite reception by Bernard our tour guide for the day. With 25 years of wine making experience, we would be in ...
... J gave up after a while, but I managed to finish about one third of it that evening.
On our last day down south we visited the town of Dunsborough in the morning, which had a cute little art festival going on, followed by a quick drive up the coast to one of the capes. Lunch was enjoyed at another winery, and on the way back to Perth we stopped in Busselton so I could see the jetty and have some ice-cream. It was another lovely trip!