Redgate Beach Escape

Address: Lot 14 Redgate Rd., Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lot 14 Redgate Rd., Margaret River, is near Leeuwin Estate, Prevelly Park, and Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Margaret River

      Augusta

      A travel blog entry by simmsie on Nov 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to be cleaned and polished and there was always painting or other maintenance to be done. Life was not only harsh for the keepers but also for their families. The women had to pump water from a waterwheel located almost 1 kilometre away to do the families washing, snakes were a constant threat as the thick undergrowth on the Cape provided the snakes with a perfect environment in which to live. Children were home schooled and when sons of the ...

      Getting our winery tour on!

      A travel blog entry by farquhar on Nov 07, 2014

      18 photos

      ... was amazing and a wealth of knowledge of the area, he also entertained the four kids whilst we took part in numerous wine, chocolate and nougat tasting. I think he deserved a medal by the end of the day as he put up with not only 6 'merry' adults and 4 busy kids but we were meant to be dropped home at 4.30 and we didn't arrive back until 7.30! We were very impressed with 'Stu' and very impressed with the taste we got of the Margaret River ...

      Margaret river

      A travel blog entry by travelbug05 on Sep 15, 2014

      ... to late in the day to do anything major we decided to try our luck whale spotting. Between September and November there is a look out point at which you may be able to see the whales from land on their migration path. We made our way here and took the mile walk to the look out point. The walk itself was worth it, with panoramic views of the ocean and bush land. It didn't take long upon arrival at the point for us to see splashes and hear the water escaping ...

      Updating

      A travel blog entry by eddi6063 on Aug 10, 2014

      5 photos

      Over the last 2 weeks Ted has been scraping the Fire track and piling up the dirt at different sits. This dirt then had to be bought down to area one and spread for planting 380 plus plants and 2.1 kls of seeds. We start planting on Sat. Oh what a job a head of us. Hopefully we may have some help from the local Lions. Will take more photos once we start ...

      Walks are getting boring...

      A travel blog entry by lilyloves on May 27, 2014

      7 photos


      ...yes they are getting to be really boring and this one was even more so!

      Now the region of Margaret River is very pretty, it is lush and green and very much like home. But the walks are boring. There is nothing to see except trees and shrubs, trees and shrubs and more trees and shrubs. Even the river doesn't last the entire walk, which the grown-up thought that it would.

      The grown-up and ...