Bayview Geographe Resort
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... was so crystal clear, it was really inviting! It took us about 3.hours to do the leisurely walk and then visit the museum of historical photos and information at the end, but we really enjoyed it. There are 5 information plaques along the length of it, too. They talk of the bustling nature of it in the old days with the continual loading and unloading of cargo 24/7, and the damages it incurred from storms and Cyclone Alby in 1985..... ...
... but not much to do there.... Maybe we missed the point because we're not into wine! There are lots of touristy gourmet food places dotted around the area (nuts & cereals, chocolate factory, gourmet cheeses, etc), so it's obviously a very popular tourist destination - Just not as lush and pretty as we had imagined. Teriann's brother Mick lived here for a long time many years ago and loved it, so we must have missed something.
This was a day of moving from Bussleton towards the Margaret River regin that took us all day. After school at the Bussleton Library, after lunch at our favuorite beach spot, Jacob, Lochlan and Mez got on their bikes and cycled along the Cape to Cape Pathway from Bussleton to Dunsborough. We thought it was about 12 kilometers and that would be manageable as the whole way is falt and very picturesque. ...
Arrived in Busselton on Friday staying at the Kookaburra Caravan Park. It just so happened that the Busselton Show was on right next door to where we were staying. The park was also pretty full with a meeting of vintage VW enthusiasts (beetles and kombies) in town as well. Saturday morning we went to the local produce and craft markets at Vasse and ...
... We've both seen our share of old lighthouses so we figured we wouldn't miss much. The visitor centre did have a nice area with tables and a little cafe so it wasn't a total loss. We had our lunch there and it was delicious!
On our way out of the cape we got held up on the main road to wait for people to cross on their bicycles. The event that had closed off the upper part of Augusta earlier was a triathlon, and they had planned the route to cross the ...