Bayview Geographe Resort
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... before continuing on the South West Highway to Denmark. The drive is quite interesting as it is a heavily forested area and suffered recently in a massive bushfire. We drove for kilometres through a blackened and scorched landscape. The road is quite windy and narrow so driving requires full concentration especially when meeting oncoming logging trucks. It was a pleasant relief to arrive at Ocean Beach Caravan Park around 3.30 ...
... gorgeous! It had a fantastic playground
for the kids, shady trees, lawn and toilet block perched high above the beach,
then steps down to the beautiful beach.
The beach was pristine, and had a wide shallow lagoon (perfect for
snorkelling), sheltered from large surf waves by a wide coral shelf. The water was freezing cold, but so crystal
clear, it was so tempting! We had all been
dressed in our bathers all morning, in ...
Before leaving Albany we had a day exploring Porongurup NP; a little strenuous climbing but rewarded by sensational views. An amazing feat of engineering allowed us to walk around the top of a giant granite pillar. We then slowly made our way to the magnificent forest country around Walpole and Denmark with their Karri, Marri, Jarrah, and Red and Yellow Tingle. I could never have imagined trees so tall. The tree top walk was amazing. The area is called The Valley of the Giants ...
... from. I chose the pulled pork shoulder and kimchee slider, a soft shell crab tortilla and BBQ’d WA tiger prawns served with a snow pea and sugar snap salad as my tasting plates – all of which were sensational.
The who’s who of celebrity chefs were all there giving live cooking demonstrations throughout the day. Toward the end of the day we sat and watched Darren Robertson from the Three Blue ...
... We are now in Busselton, having visited the Busselton Jetty yesterday. It is 1.8 km long and was built in the mid 1800s. It has now been restored and they have built an Undersea Observatory at the end of the jetty. It is quite amazing to be down under the jetty to see the sealife as it is.
We are off tomorrow to go to the Margaret River for the weekend - where we were lucky enough to get tickets to their annual Gourmet Food and ...