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... so I renamed it the NFI grand final for myself !
After a few days there we moved on down to Yallingup on the north end of the Margaret River coast - called the Limestone coast. We set up at the Caves caravan park which had ensuite sites and was very reasonably priced compared to the unnsborough/ Busselton side of the penninsula. Dave the owner was a bit of a character with an interesting history and good advice on the area. The surf was massive first couple of ...
... freak caught zip!! Booked in for the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse tour at 1.30. Late for the tour, had to speed walk to the lighthouse. Got there just as they were about to start climbing. The audio walk was a fantastic idea, climbing the 167 steps not such a great idea, but worth it for the view from the top! The lighthouse is the tallest, still operating one in Australia. It was built in 1896 to provide safe passage for ships carrying ...
... as he was still pooped out after his late morning surf. Drove north to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and walked around the lighthouse trail. Spotted a chocolate coloured wallaby on the track who just disappeared into the scrub. Haven't seen many animals at all except birdlife. The Port Lincoln Ringnecks are a parrot the size of a rosella bit with a black head - see picture. The green feathers are vivid green. Cooked up a feast on our camp stove and enjoyed it ...
... look-out). Our day was jam-packed full of tastings today. We started at KoffeeWorks, where Josh sampled some coffee (even one from Nimbin!) and bought himself a plunger to spare himself from drinking the free instant coffee in the accommodation. We then headed towards Vasse Felix and Juniper Wineries for some tastings. After a quick detour through Dunsborough to get fuel, we hit the final vineyard for the day in Deep Woods, where ...
... We explored for ages but the wind got to us and we drove on.
Heading south along the back roads, we winded our way through the kari forests and the newly planted trees that were put i to replace the logged trees from the ...