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During the two days in this region we visited Cape Leeuwin where the Southern Ocean and the Indian Ocean meet. There is a beautiful lighthouse there and you get an audio tour with the entry ticket for the surroundings.
Furthermore, we walked the whole Busselton Jetty, the longest one in the Southern Hemisphere, making it a walk of 3.6 kms. …
... somewhere else where the birds would no doubt look on and laugh. Poor puss! After brekky we left Augusta and hit the highway to Busselton. We passed through the gorgeous town of Margaret River on the way but didn't stop there today and then through Cowaramup where the road was lined with model cows. Soon after this we were on the edge of Busselton and came to the first junction with traffic lights we had ...
... a portion of the 120km Cape to Cape trail) virtually straight down! At least the rain held off til I was on the beach! The Cape Leeuwin snail is an endangered species found only near freshwater in this part of the world. I photographed a very pretty snail on the way down, however, I'm not sure if it is one of these. Images of it seem elusive, so it probably isn't, but it was interesting to look at anyway! Once down, I walked along to ...
... out again. Bunker bay was the next stop on the map after we missed the turn off for Eagle Bay (caught it on the return trip). This bay so very beautiful I could have sat on the rocks for hours just watching the waves roll in but it was getting close to 5pm and we wanted to get to the Merribrook Retreat which while lovely wasn't worth the price and was a bit disappointing after looking at the Boucher. That being the start of our outing to Margaret River, more tomorrow so stay ...
... 1.8kms which will be investigated further on our return journey. The boys really wanted to boogie board so we were advised to head west to Meerup Beach nr Eagle Point, again the beach was picture postcard but NO waves. After a quick lunch stop we headed to Yallingup where the boys finally hit the water with their boards, much to my anxiety. Again the surf was rough and the incoming waves would clash with outgoing causing a huge impact and water flying ...
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