Bayview Geographe Resort
Travel Blogs from Busselton
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. …
... We left straight after school and didn't have far to go at all, just a quick 45 min trip down to Busselton. We are staying at Beachlands Caravan Park and it looks lovely. A little smaller than I was expecting but the amenities are wonderful. Great stuff to keep the kids entertained, if the weather turns nice for a bit, and we have ...
... Birthday. Great movie - we all enjoyed it! Breandan is obviously a Master Builder.
We also met a group of homeschoolers at the camp and the boys joined in with them for a morning of activities on the beach.
But most of all, the most enjoyable moments were spent on the beach each morning sitting on the bench in the warm morning sun enjoying my latté and a toast for breakfast with my wife... that's living the dream!
Next entry... Greater Perth!
... time with them, and will miss them.
Monday, 2.12.13 had another look at nearby Busselton. They are preparing for
an Ironman competition on 8.12.13 and road closures have started already. It
looks BIG. We'll have to stay out of the way. Huge marquees, and the
courses marked out,,there's a new development, subdivision , called
Geographe Port, a canal style development , with some very large homes
already completed. Contained on ...
... straw was the depression which sent many broke and broken no doubt.
A few survived and went on to make a meagre living and became the beginning of the dairying industry which still survives today although no where near as many farms exist now.
A very interesting museum.
We had a short visit to St Mary's Anglican Church which is the oldest stone church in WA built in the 1840's and still in use today.
We had a look at the GeoArt a group of buildings that were ...