The Sebel Busselton
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... goodness, which made it the most ideal beach morning. The water here is clear, and the most amazing shade of light turquoise green...just like in those brochures you see.
We purchased the boys wristbands which entitled them to free reign on all the giant inflatable 'things’ in the water for an hour. Having said that, I didn’t see anyone monitoring how long anyone stayed in, so we stayed until the troops got tired and hungry. ...
... and Tahli all (surprisingly) decided that they didn't want to swim (Chris did), but instead wanted to walk the 1.8km length of the Busselton Jetty and back (3.6kms total - Chris was happy to do that, too). So, we left the Sparke's playing on the beach, and off we went for our leisurely "stroll" up the jetty.
The Busselton Jetty is famous for being the longest wooden pier Jetty in the southern hemisphere (it has a concrete top now, ...
... house, which would burn 280 gallons of kerosene a day (They were smart and convinced the tourists, travellers and sight-seers to carry it up the 200 stairs for them, in return for a "look" from the top), but today it is automated, of course. It took a year to build in 1895, and was built from local limestone. It stands 56m above sea level.
After the Light House, we stopped at the Augusta Bakery for a quick pie/sausage roll, then drove ...
... ourselves to an ice cream at Simmo's ice cream factory... it was yum! They have a great venue set in lovely parkland surrounded by animals.
Later in the afternoon we headed to the beach to try our luck at fishing, it was quiet so we decided to do some sunset/night fishing at the main jetty. It was good fun as we landed some interesting stuff - crab, ray, shovel nose ...
... small place. We shared the restaurant with a bunch of other bikers, and in what would become a recurring theme all day, we would leap-frog each other (and several other groups of bikers) as we all headed up the coast using the same highways and visiting the same spots.
We had a pretty big day of riding planned; first heading west through the interior before turning south to Augusta. Also, this was the first time we'd be doing some double-back trips to ...