The Wallcliffe

Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River

Hamlin Bay, Margaret River.....sheep and wine.

A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog


We drove to Hamlin Bay....but...on the way the fuel warning light came on...with a striped bar illuminated underneath it. We didn't worry about it as we knew we had 360km of fuel in the tank. We stopped at Pemberton for a walk around and to make a sandwich for lunch. Small town with a tram that you can do a trip on. We heard the horn and saw it cross the main road on its' journey. Carried on driving towards Hamlin Bay when I happened to notice the card in the clear pocket on the ...

Boutique wineries, craft beers & gourmet food day

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz


This day the four of us explored some of the boutique offerings north west of Margaret River. Our first stop was at the township of Cowaramup which has statues of cows scattered throughout the town. We walked the town and viewed some of stores.

We visited the Margaret River nut & cereal shop only to discover that the local soil was not suitable for growing nuts but it was ...

Flavours galore

A travel blog entry by islandtraveller


... Berry Farm, the Venison Farm, The Wonky Windmill, Millers Ice Cream, Margaret River Nougat, Margaret River Fudge, Yahava Koffeworks, Cookies Galore, Olio Oils, The Silk worm farm plus more.
We visited the many beaches of Margaret River, Yallingup, Prevelly, Gracetown, Redgate, Hamelin Bay, Smiths Beach, Margaret River just to name a few.The farmer markets were a terrific place to buy the local produce, fresh stone ...

Some more old stomping grounds

A travel blog entry by peterjann


... with multiple heads together with a great variety of other flowers including some Cowslip Orchids.
Past many wineries interspersed with sheep or dairy cattle or both all in this lush green environment.
Arrived at Gracetown CV Park Gracetown being what we used to know as Cowaramup Bay where there is now a small developed area of houses. North Point, South Point and Huzzawoie breaks were the now typical washing machine and all I can do is content myself ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog


We had a lovely peaceful night. Before brekky we went to shower having first read the sign that was on the shower doors. It asked that showers should be limited to five minutes due to a low water supply. What! Are they kidding? It's been almost non stop rain round here recently! This sort of sign is quite common over here and we have seen similar notices at many caravan parks. This one though went one step further by ...


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