Bayview Geographe Resort
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- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... hard to get the kids out of the park to do any touristy things. The kids had a great arvo enjoying the facilities of the park while Jono did some shopping and I watched the kids on the waterslide. It was a bit loud the first night as we have been used to a much quieter park although it has great facilities maybe this wasn’t the park for us especially during school holidays.
Next morning we were up early as Mack never sleeps in. We all had brekky and ...
... It is an unofficial attraction in that no one person is responsible for it. It is a piece of land on a corner which visitors have added a gnome to over ...
... heavens opened so we decided to stay at the towns free 24 hour stop after have a wander round the town. Rain stopped overnight, but wind getting up. We spent the morning round Pinjarra then headed south west 22 kms through cattle farms and horse training properties to Point Heron on Peel Inlet, very windy. Fronts kept coming through overnight, D ended up finally having to roll the awning in sometime in the early hours of the morning as the motorhome was ...
... the idea that Mr. Bussell was a big cheese around here. We could not miss the Bussellton jetty (pier). It was initially built in 1865 and was 131 metres long. In 1875 an additional 131 metres was added because of sand drift. Over the next 90 years more additions were made, presumably for further sand drifting, resulting with a jetty 1.8 kilometres long. The port of Busselton was closed in 1973 but the ...
... 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..... ...