Injidup Spa Retreat
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Continental Breakfast
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... pit is the gathering place for damper and drinks in the evening. No such thing as a typical camper - a peloton of German bike riders half way through their lap of Australia, grey nomads in caravans, station workers, a mobile mechanic, a geologist and a French family touring Australie in a left hand drive camper van. We spent the day bird spotting and walking. Huge but seemingly placid cattle a bit unnerving but seemed to find us interesting. The road into the station is ...
Having done the rounds in Melbourne, Geelong and Bendigo, it was on to the first leg in the journey, WA with Nick, Bek and the girls.
Erin pulled a sickie and generously drove me to the airport, with Nick collecting me at the other end. It has been a whirlwind week, I was lucky enough to have Nick around for 4 days, and then just Bek and the girls for the remaining 2.
It was nice to spent the time with them and just be some extra hands with the everyday ...
... It was very interesting. We first saw a sheep being shawn, It took about 2 minutes, It looked like an orange when you take off its peel. You could get five adult jumpers from one sheep. Next we got to hold a baby sheep. It was soooo cute, It was the most cuddly thing ever! We got to see two sheep dogs round up the sheep, One dog chased them and the other dog jumped on top of them!
... snorkeling' with their goggles about 3m from shore and saw some fish. The kids just love those big dumper waves, more sand in bathers. Back to camp for dinner, a bit of packing up and bed. This would have to be the warmest night of our holiday, including our 2 weeks at Cervantes. Getting us ready for our arrival in Perth tomorrow with a forecast top of 37 degrees. We have really enjoyed our 3 days in Yallingup (and Margaret River and Dunsborough), we ...
EO: So the Wombles road trip of Western Australia ("Straya") kicked off on Monday 1st December by picking up the hire car and heading south to the very English sounding Bunbury for the night, but not without a coffee and cake break on the way in Rockingham. Also not without the many many irritating WA flies and even a spot or two of rain !!
The next day we wasted no time in setting off on the road, first stopping in Bussleton, which is famous for having the longest timber ...