The Wallcliffe

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

The Best Cabernet Sauvignon in the World

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Apr 29, 2014

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... touring around a selection of great wineries and other alcohol producing establishments. Linda from New Zealand was our tour guide and she was fantastic. Her enthusiasm and knowledge was brilliant and made the day such a success. After picking up a few other people, we had a full minibus and we headed off. Our first stoop was at the Evans Tate winery and featured an introduction on how to taste wine. We were all encouraged to use phrases like ...

Margaret River

A travel blog entry by woodyandsmith on Apr 12, 2014

... felt a little underdressed when people arrived by helicopter. We then went to our second hotel by the beach. There was a world pro surf competition the next morning so we got up early and went to check it out. It was really busy and a lot of fun. In the evening we watched the football and then joined some of the Irish guys from the precious hostel for a ...

Day 182 - Margaret River - Wine Tasting

A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Feb 05, 2014

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... leave Sue and Keith to look after the boys. Pete volunteered to be the designated driver so Kate and Neen could drink. The first winery was Voyager Estate which was beautiful and we had the place to ourselves. Next up was Vasse Felix where the wines were really good and you could try as many as you liked so naturally we chose all the most expensive ones. Then we stopped at Cullen Wines where we had lunch outside in the sunshine. The best thing about wine tasting ...

Margaret River, Prevelly Beach

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Nov 20, 2013

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... the waves were not as expected, even looking at surfers point!

After awhile we started thinking about how close we were to our final destination. Not only because we were ready to get there, but also because it would be easy to come back and explore during our residency on the west coast.

So the next morning we walked around Margaret River, had lunch at Settler's Tavern, and headed ...

Sun at last - plenty of wine and food!

A travel blog entry by lesleyandbaz on Oct 27, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... br> Denmark was approx 20 km from our bush campsite at Parry’s Beach and after a quick explore of the town, knowing that we would drive back in to visit the we spent the rest of the day setting up camp and exploring the coastline. We also collected a wheelbarrow full of wood for our first campfire of the trip for the princely sum of $5 (top value) We enjoyed a meal by a lovely warm fire that night. The following day was spent ...


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