The Noble Grape Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Noble Grape Guest House Cowaramup
Just wanted to let you all know we have special Rates for July 2011
Look forwatd to seeing you.
Rod and Donna Carter
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... great day with some Christmas shopping being done for Aaron's "foodie" family.
We went back to the Rotary Park that we discovered and cooked dinner there. We meet quite a few travellors looking for work from Germany and France. Leila ...
This morning we had our chores and after that it was exploration time.
After our ride yesterday the gear needed a good wash. Nannup should be renamed the 'place of many taps'. We had completed a load of washing at our campsite and then another load when we were in town so all we had to do was fill up.
Then it was off exploring. First to Bridgetown via a most scenic route past the Karri forests and past the very fast flowing Blackwood River. We had been to ...
Growers markets first up, then a day of more wineries, breweries, chocolate, cheese, ice cream, food & great shops. There is a town called Cowaramup which has fibre glass cows as their thing to promote the town & region. Great lolly shop in the ...
... the top via 137 steps and out onto the platform. The views were amazing. Cape Leeuwin is where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet and the most south western point in Australia. Next a drive back north along the coast road which mostly goes through beautiful tall eucalypts forest and rolling green farmland. There are short drives in to the many limestone caves along the coast and there are tours into the caves that you can take. Next a stop in at Leeuwin Estate wines for some ...
... of olive, nut, pastry and cheesy delights to devour. Walk: the Rails to Trails track runs all the way from Cowaramup to Margaret River – it’s a wide, well graded track that used to be the old railway line, and is covered by a canopy of trees most of the way. The Gracetown to Prevelly section of the Cape to Cape Track is also popular. Taste wine: some of the oldest vineyards in the region are within a short drive of Cowaramup, as well ...