BEST WESTERN Pemberton Hotel
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There's a fly in my eye But inside he waits to die There's a fly in my ear But yet inside he wonders Will he live another year? There's a fly up my nose But he has not enough time To watch his grandchildren grow All these flies in my hair I'm not sure I even care Flies all over me But I'm ...
Today marked the beginning of our journey East. We left Augusta and headed to Pemberton, through farmland, vineyards and forests. We set up camps at Pemberton Caravan Park, went to the visitor centre and set of to Gloucester National Park, where we climbed a 58m Karri tree. We then headed to Big Brook Dam, where we walked around the dam, about ...
... his wife, and their young children help. They used to have a lot of backpackers help out, because they would use it as their 88 days regional agricultural work to get visa extended to 2 years. But in July the rules for that extension were changed so it had to be paid work, not voluntary, and consequently they now have no extra workers for the farm. It sounds like the business is going to severely suffer and it may even be the end of the farms commercial life. So ...
As we left Margaret River it was our intention to head on over to Denmark. However, as we had washing to do and groceries to buy, as well as needing to use the dump point and fuel up the car, we didn't leave town until mid afternoon. We decided to drive through the towns of Nannup and Manjimup, and whilst stopped in Manjimup, Jase and I decided to find a camp that we could get to before the sun went ...
... dotted throughout as are fruit orchards, cattle and sheep and of course the great Karri and Marri trees.
We arrived at our accommodation in Pemberton around 4.30pm and WOW! It’s better than we had expected. 5 members of a local Kookaburra family greeted us. Boy are they going to be annoyed when they learn I won’t have any meat to offer them!!!
Kathy our host explained Marri House was built for her in-laws who, in the ...