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... which was a great effort. It would not have been possible to do it without Rob. He fed us, shopped, did the washing and generally ran the camp as well as ferrying us. We packed up the tents and headed home yesterday. (The new caravan is looking good). Haven't camped in a tent for awhile. Nancy and Don are heading back to Lakes Entrance through Wave Rock. We all had a great time together and it was sad to say goodbyes yesterday.
Until next trip
Carol & Rob
After a relaxing weekend, we set off on Monday morning, still with rain and cold weather we headed off towards Margaret River. The drIve along coastal road via Dunsborough has so many wineries, it really was a lot to take in. Our destination was Evans & Tate winery, where we could stay for a couple of days for free, as we are CMCA members. After checking in and sampling their wines we set off for ...
I've been on holiday :) I know, I know, I'm already on a massive holiday, but this was a nice little weekend away down south.
I had been told before I even came to WA that I should visit Margaret River, that it is very beautiful, great wine and so forth. So I decided to go with a friend of mine. We did the trip over a few days, Friday night we just went as far as Bunbury, a couple of hours south. Saturday morning we got up and went to the ...
... the waterwheel and got lost pretty quickly. We quickly learnt the instructions heading north are quite vague so you have to keep a lookout for the wooden posts with yellow Cape to Cape signs.Just stick to the beach as you will have to walk along the beach until you get to some rocks. You will then be on the right track. We saw our first walkers (a group that had driven down and started at 1am!). The track headed inland and stays inland for about 8kms. There ...
... bushfires in the area, a very surreal experience. We planned to stay for 4 nights but extended our stay to 8 nights. We have been through here before but never spent time really exploring the Margaret River area. First off was a trip to Augusta and the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, situated on the most south westerly point of Australia. Not only is it the tallest mainland Australian lighthouse, it is also where the Indian and Southern ...