Comfort Inn Admiral
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... Big Orange and the winery located next door, tasting the wine but leaving the orange juice alone and then drove out to the Harvey Dam and amphitheatre. Kangaroo Paw (which I love but can’t grow) stands 2 metres tall out here and is stunning. I may have to move to WA just so I can grow Kangaroo pawJ
We went back into Bunbury and climbed to the top of the Marlston lookout. From the top there is a 360 degree view over the city. The lookout ...
... whilst doing work I sucked at. To be honest, I actually felt pretty down at this point, I felt pretty alone at this point. So yeah, I stayed for about a month I believe, and moved on, but this time on my own, I could speak a bit more about this, but it was pretty boring.
I was moving back to Perth with a view to heading over to Melbourne, full of excitement; but low on money.
... I was able to weigh the Mazda with all of our gear on board. When we hook the van up to move on, I will go back there to check the combined weight of car and caravan. There is a lookout tower above the town so we climbed it and were rewarded with a great view if the town and port area. There was a ship loading at the wharf and four ...
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... it, and neither the gps nor our maps show a road into it. Eventually we figured it out, but find that half way along the 10km road in, it turns to badly corrugated gravel. It was a slow, and very bumpy, trip, but we got there. Fortunately we found a nice spot to camp there, so stayed. Nice view across, and lots of waterbirds on, the Leschenault Inlet/Lagoon. But warning of Mozzies and Ross River virus, so sit didn't sit out long tonight.