Cape Lodge

Address: 3341 Caves Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, 6280, Australia | 5 star lodge
 
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This 5 star lodge, located on 3341 Caves Road, Yallingup, is near Empire Retreat Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Yallingup

    2015 Trakkadu Trip

    A travel blog entry by bluenanou on Feb 18, 2015

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    A few months ago Trakka set off alone to the Trakka workshop at Mt Kuring-gai north of Sydney. This was to upgrade Trakka's off road capabilities. For the interested this included more under body armour, an air intake snorkel, a diesel filter and separator, gearbox and diff rebreathers. Trakka our home for the next six months is now ready to take us exploring. For the humans it was a farewell coffee and lots of hugs from our Yallingup friends at the Pronto Cino van ...

    Yallingup - Yallingup Beach Caravan Park

    A travel blog entry by mcewans on Jan 28, 2015

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    ... eat them on the foreshore as we watched the sunset. What a great way to finish Australia Day with the family, perfect! The last day of our holiday...so sad...don't know if we are going to cope with the rush rush of normal life. Brad drove into Dunsborough for a much needed haircut. The kids and I hit the beach. Jayde and I did some ocean swimming while the boys dug tunnels in the sand, then the kids hit the waves. I have never seen so much sand in the ...

    Campervanning the South

    A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... de Vlamingh, again a Dutch sailor, who came here 400 years ago and I cannot imagine what these people must have gone through. Are we so spoiled nowadays? Here is me complaining it is too much hard work; about long distances and buses and campervans. These people sailed for a few years in their little ships of 20 meter long, no escape, with hardly anything fresh to eat, some of them died on the way. For them it will have been about adventure but it was also ...

    Bunker Bay and Simmo's

    A travel blog entry by naomid on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... nothing is going to beat his lunch of slow cooked crispy pork ribs. After two hours relaxing on the beach, the wind and subsequent sand burn got all too much and we pushed on to Simmo's, an ice cream parlour and apparently an institution!
    One last stop off at Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, stretching almost 2km to sea. An awesome introduction to the wonders of ...

    Flies

    A travel blog entry by grickling on Dec 11, 2013

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    ... and is a safe haven for Mantarays and seemingly flies!! The flies were relentless in their irritation of us. So back in the water for a good old fashioned dip! We have stopped at Hamelin Bay tonight. We ventured out of the van to see the sunset beyond the clouds. This meant that we managed to make our steps on the Cape to Cape track, the 135km track from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste, a rugged coastal walk. Sadly we won't be doing it all but something is better than ...