Bayview Geographe Resort
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Our mission today, for our last "rest" day in Busselton before heading north, was: 1) to have a stroll on the beach outside the resort, 2) go into Busselton and swim and check out the pier and have another Simmo's icecream, and 3) enjoy a long last swim and slide at the resort pool. Well, 2 outta 3 aint bad....
We did some more washing and headed down to the Busselton Jetty foreshore at about 10am, and met the Sparke's there. ...
... there. This is the south-west corner of the Australian mainland, where the Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean collide. The Indian Ocean brings warm currents down the west coast of Australia from Indonesia, which mix here with cold currents of the Southern Ocean from Antarctica. This means that the tides and currents here are very unpredictable and unforgiving. In the old days, there were 60 light-house keepers and their families maintaining ...
We started off the day with a long walk along the beachfront into Busselton to check out the town. The main feature and attraction is the 1.8km jetty which dominates the shorefront. The centre of the town is really nice with a lot of nice shops, cafés and restaurants. We stopped off for coffee and then started the long walk back. By then it was lunchtime. After lunch we decided ...
... br> We got back to our room to dry out and wait for the rain to pass. Once things cleared up, we headed into town and had a nice dinner at the local pub/hotel in Busselton, another recommendation from our hosts that turned out great. We got back early, watched a little TV and ended up crashing hard at like 9pm.
So we didn't end up accomplishing much, but we did have another great ride through Margaret River and the lunch was a total ...
... up in Busselton, a seaside town with a 1.8km long jetty with a little toy-like train on it and at the end an observatory 8m. deep into the sea, where you can see the fish swim in the wild withouthaving to go for a dive. Coral is growing on the poles and it is beautiful and peaceful. Of course I have forgotten to bring my camera. The information centre here tells about the first explorers, who again were Dutch. Everywhere around Australia it tells about these people, ...