BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park Busselton
Great little playground, pool, jumping pillow for the kids, very clean amenities, lovely staff. Would definitely come back, hopefully in nicer weather so the kids can have a swim and get full use of all the fun stuff to play with
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Leaving Perth and heading toward the South West region of WA sort of feels like we're now on the homeward leg and I guess we are with only two weeks left. We've seen a variety of different landscapes; Central Australia, the Kimberley Region, the Dampier Peninsula and the Pilbara as well as crawling down the coast and poking our noses into numerous …
At the last minute we decided to go on a wine tour. An interesting group, 4 nomad couples a young Perth couple and 4 twenty-something guys on a week away. It was a great day, started at Cape Naturalist wines with a talk from a very knowledgable lady, then another winery and olive oil tastings. Then distillery and bush tucker lunch, chocolate …
Staying on the coast road today was quite a long drive. Leaving Cervantes we followed a coral reef along, passing small valleys filled with grass trees. The coast road took us to a freeway at Jundalup that cut straight alongside Perth City, a vets easy run through to the southern area of Perth. In Busselton we stayed in a beautiful park in an …
... dolphins swim up to us and right underneath - wow, just fab. WE see them playing and rolling over.
Have some lunch, v nice café called the Dome, Koombana Bay. Drive up to the Ferguson Valley and stop at a winery. Get to taste some lovely wines and buy a bottle of unwooded c******nay.
On the way home stops at a friend's house to look at a baby kangaroo that she is hand raising as it's mother ...
... around a few back roads, checking out the local produce. We stopped at:
Olio Bello – an olive oil company – walking out with some balsmatic vinegar/oil and dukkah.
Then went back to Cowaramup to the butcher to get some fresh fish, which came in this afternoon.
Up the road, we stopped at Margaret River Dairy Co, which sold a variety of cheese – which ...