River Trails Retreat
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... with large lawns and wood fires.
I recommend trying Stayz.com.au for local houses for bigger groups.
Otherwise I have also stayed at Margarets Beach Resort, which has beautiful apartments.
For those who lvoe the beach Gnarabup Beach is a must do. White sand and blue waters and for those who love to surf this area is perfect to grab a few waves!
One of the most popular roads in ...
... concerned. Maybe that's our secret :O
We're staying with a fun Kiwi Canadian couple who live in a wooden cottage surrounded by a forest. Being visited by wild parrots every morning is just one of the pleasant perks of our new location. I have to say little things like being able to open your mouth in the shower again and brushing teeth with tap water are some of the other tiny pleasures putting a smile on my face these days. Even ...
Was so lookong forward to today:):) We were up early and went on a trip to Grace Town which is a beautiful beach about 15 minutes from Margaret River:) it reminded me of somewhere in the mediteranean. Adam and one of his friends have started a business with aqua zorbing which is normally when someone gets in a big plastic ball and rolls down a hill but instead they have put two harnesses ...
... housing their tasting rooms/restaurants overlooking lakes and sprawling manicured gardens/vineyards.
The campsite at Gracetown is only about 10 minutes from the hustle bustle of the town of Margaret River. On Thursday night the campsite owners hosted a movie night showing a locally produced surf movie called Drift set in the 60’s when short boards and wet suits were starting to be produced and we enjoyed the film whilst sitting ...
... we had brekky so we packed up and did the nature walk through the wildflowers before heading for the coast road and the Pinnacles which are located in Nambung National Park. We bought our second NP 28 day pass for WA which will cover us until we leave the West. The pinnacles are awesome and you can either unhook your trailer and drive through the park on a 4km track or just walk a 1.2km loop through the park which is what we did. I would imagine ...