West Beach Lagoon

Address: 251 West Coast Highway, Scarborough, Western Australia, 6019, Australia | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 251 West Coast Highway, Scarborough, is near Swan River, University College Cork (UCC), Trigg Beach, and Swan Valley Heritage Trail.
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      Lancelin, not Lancelot. Caraban, not Caravan. Etc.

      A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Jun 01, 2014

      69 photos

      After the pinnacles, we called into Lancelin for a coffee and then headed south again. The land based sand dunes are enormous and brilliant white, but so far inland, it is dumbfounding. Then there was Ledge Point, Breton Bay, which was 50 kilometres inland, Seabird, Gabbadah, Caraban, Woodridge, Wilbinga, Two Rocks, Yanchep, Wanneroo and more. We …


      A travel blog entry by emerydik on Dec 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... swell hitting the reef in the centre of the beach at 8 .30 am. Had some breakfast and watched the surf for another hour or so before turning around and heading north for Busselton where the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere is. (2.1km) When we got here we found that the Australian Ironman contest is being held this weekend. Expecting tens of thousands of spectators and athletes to start arriving from tomorrow ... Time to make ...

      Quinns rocks beach

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 12, 2014

      32 photos

      ... only made things worse, but the northern shop assistant came to my aid with a damp cloth. Essentials in IGA next on the list, with a sourcing out the ingredients for the family meal we want to cook them all at some point. Shopping done, we took a rest point at Gumblossom park to establish the easy way back and continue on down the one road, around the park down to the roundabout. Getting back we were greeted with the gorgeous smells omitting from the slow cooker bubbling ...

      Perth - What a lovely place to be

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 12, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... dusty environment of Chinese cities and the humid heat haze of SE Asia. ( no doubt sometimes due to pollution as well) Shorts and / or skirt would seem appropriate for today’s sightseeing in Perth.

      *In order to buy tickets for the train we have to beg /borrow the equivalent of 1. There are no ticket offices and the machines do not accept 50$ notes ( 25). We have insufficient change and only 50$ notes. A kind commuter donates the missing cash ...

      Return to Perth

      A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 11, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... by vehicles. A lot of dead ones. Suddenly, Paul pulled over, pointing at a field. At first, I couldn't really make out what he was pointing at, but then I saw the kangaroo...and another one...and another one. Damn! There was a whole bunch of them! I could now say that I'd seen kangaroos in the wild, if you discount the kangaroos I'd seen on a golf course three years ago. I was starting to feel like Steve Irwin. In one day I'd seen a cormorant (or a shag - I kid ye not), ...