Margaret River Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Tasmanian Tiger ) had skeletal remains discovered in this cave when it was first discovered 60 years ago. Our last full day at Conto's was spent four wheel driving down to Boranup beach which was a steep track that went from sand and humps to a steep decline down rocky limestone until we ended on the beach where the kids mucked around in the shallows while I had a Sunday session surf with a few locals. Onto a new frontier next with giant Karri trees and the South Coast.
We went to Lakes cave this morning which was great. This time we had a tour guide and the cave was nicely lit up. Lakes cave has the only suspended column in the world, which is the highlight of the cave. They turned all the lights off at ...
We spent a dry night in a cabin at a caravan park last night in Manjimup. Packed up this morning and visited the Big Brook Dam but couldn't see it due to the rain. Soaking at times! The rain is normal for this part of WA and is why the Karri and Tingle trees grow so tall and live so long. Saw the Bicentennial Tree and the Gloucester trees - both extremely tall Karri trees with lookout towers at their tops. Too wet and slippery to climb as the pegs that ...
... around the area. We found Denmark to be a nice place and home to wineries, a chocolate factory (there seems to be one in most of the bigger towns in the south west), cheese factory and several restaurants..
3.3.15 Walpole Another long drive today NOT, a short 69km along the Great Southern Hwy to Walpole. We stayed at the same c'van park as in 2007, we wanted to spend more time here. Our first stop was the Tourist Information ...
... romantic but as their own i would call them spooky. With that being said there have been people who decided to break ripleys records by living in the caves, currently a women holds the record. The two people who set records in the caves also did some discovery of new tunnels and dug up some skeletons. There were pathways in the area which would probably be worth a look but unfortunately we were running out of time. Its near the coast so it would probably be a good picnic type hike. On ...