Grange On Farrelly
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrange On Farrelly Margaret River
Nice rooms, all the comfort of home. Clean, tidy and great wifi too, wifi that actually works!
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When we checked into the hotel last night I grabbed a few brochures for winery tours and we checked them out and did a quick look up of Trip Advisor. Margie's Big Day Out seemed to offer good value for money - visiting wineries, factories and breweries and also got some really good reviews. I called and was able to book us onto their tour for the …
A big exodus from Scott and Charmaine's this morning - Grant and Winnie heading off for a dentist appointment then home to Jurien Bay, Charmaine off to work and Craig and I heading down south for a couple of days, leaving Scott with a bit of peace and quiet! Scott had very kindly lent us his Falcon for this week so off we set.
We headed …
... and more, so exciting but we must leave as we're going walking at Cape Point Lighthouse along the coast even though it's rather hot & sunny. Well walking apart we have to keep stopping as there are so many whales out in the ocean, they are on their southern migration having given birth to pups further north. We spot our little yellow boat and it's surrounded by whales, jumping, playing and performing for those aboard, not us! After spotting a few seals we end our walk ...
... Cheese - very tasty and creamy. We received a complimentary bottle of wine between the four of us from Julie. she then drove us back to the vans along the Bussell Highway (30kms). At one place along the drive there was an olive farm. Under the trees were many kangaroos, one lying under nearly every tree. Never have we seen so many in one area like this. A great day - lots of different wines and a magnificent countryside of farms and bushland that we drove ...
... be a little bit…not good.
Not only did we not account for the hills and winding roads of the state forest between Mt Barker and The Margaret River. We also didn’t account for the roo’s….
I hit a roo.
We had just been admiring the visible surrounds for how fertile they where, how lush and liveable for wildlife when not only one but two roo’s hopped in front of the car. Now for all of you who don’t know, I drive a Hyundai ...