Margaret River Hotel

125 Bussell Highway , Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 125 Bussell Highway , Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and Leeuwin Estate.
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Margaret River Nov 14, 2012

    A travel blog entry by dandies on Nov 14, 2012

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    Dandies stayed here on Nov 14, 2012 during their trip titled: Dandie's Safari.

    Bunbury to Margaret river

    A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... farm, which was nestled amongst the picturesque hills, and about 10 minutes out of Margaret River. Cost per night was $28. The farm encompasses a beautiful secret valley, hidden from the outside world and at this time of year it is oh so green.

    The boys lit the fire outside the camp kitchen and we had a drink there with two other couples from Alexandra in Victoria before ...

    Bowling, Birthday Boy and Off with their Tails!

    A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on May 13, 2014

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    ... very hot and kept that way with a gas bottle going. The lambs tails were quickly cut off. The heat cauterised the blood. The lamb jump for a second as it is done but then seemed ok. The little things are then released in with the ewes and run straight to their mothers. Quite a performance for city people like us to see. We waited to see how it all worked, then drove off towards Bunbury. Actually, we drove through Bunbury to camp at Belvedere ...

    Day 20

    A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn on Mar 10, 2014

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    ... but just outside our 'everyday drinking' budget. Glad we went to them though.

    Then a bit further south to the caves area of the southwest. There is lots of limestone in this area, and there are very many caves. Several are open to the public, and while we didn't plan to do a cave tour, we did stop at Lake Caves to see what their story was. Wow! A fantastic (free) interpretive centre, with a ...

    Canal Rocks to Willyabrup

    A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... long we arrived at Moses Lookout.

    The path here is high above the cliffs and the vegetation alternates between tall open heath and dense moss-covered tea-tree thicket. It was amongst this thicket that the Moses Campsite was located and we chatted to a couple of guys who had just set up camp for the night. We admired their lightweight hiking gear, their ...