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... site which has a neat and tidy shower and toilet on site. We managed to get the van set up without getting too wet, and was impressed with how quickly we managed to get it done, since it's only the second time we have had to do it ( first time at home on the front lawn), just in time to chill out and watch the footy with a cider and beer in ...
... Yallingup!) and a lot of strange looks and waves, we were sat on the TransWA Bus making our way to Gracetown. The bus dropped us off at an information point and we walked the remaining kilometre up a hill to the campsite.
This was a really pleasant campsite to stay on. It is home to lots of wildlife including kangaroos and joeys that like to munch on the grass, possums seen at night exploring the kitchen, kookaburra's laughing in the trees, ...
... National park to Bunbury. Went
to a caravan place, which didn't have an accessorie we wanted, but found
another dealer, by accident, which delighted Paul and Kevin, who came out
with smiles and packages. Bunbury is a big city, and we had a drive around,
and a lovely lunch stop at Koombana Bay. Talked to some locals, and watched
school groups enjoy the beach. Went up to great lookout. I wanted to call
into shop, reluctantly, Paul ...
... gaol and Customs House which are all in the same precinct and now contain galleries and work spaces for various artists some of whom were at work when we visited. Some interesting work some a bit way out and in the customs house there was an exhibition which had been a competition for an annual prize for original works which had a couple of decent paintings and sculptures.
After lunch we went to the Busselton Jetty and took the train the 2kms out to the end. By this ...
... perched on the cliffside thinking how unfortunate that this is so far from Sydney!
Good night all, I am really looking forward to seeing more of the Margarent River Wineries, gourmet chocolate makers, local artisans and my most anticipated - the local glass blower.
Fact for the day: The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse stands only at 20m tall as it is already atop a hill. The lenses are made from prism crystal and today are worth $5 million dollars.