Whalers Cove Villas

Address: 3 Lecaille Ct, Dunsborough, Western Australia, 6281, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 3 Lecaille Ct, Dunsborough, is near Empire Retreat Spa.
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      A travel blog entry by simmsie on Nov 15, 2014

      6 photos

      ... by our lack of form the previous day we returned to the golf course the next day and played the back nine. Our form was a little better but there is plenty of work to be done before we get home. Most caravan parks like you to be checked out by 10.00am but this one could not have cared less what time we left, we could have played another 9 holes and I don’t think they would have even noticed that our caravan was still there.


      Leaving Margaret River to Manjimup

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 25, 2014

      11 photos

      ... NSW, Dural no less. Never cease to be amazed at the coincidences of meeting local folk in this "small world" of ours. They also knew some of the people that we knew as well. Probably never bump into them again though. Stopped at Pemberton to go to the information centre and after collecting brochures and info for tomorrow's adventure, set off further to Manjimup to settle for the night. What can we say but another great ...

      Blue Manna!

      A travel blog entry by dave.hernandez on Mar 27, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... prosperous locations. Busselton has canals - fresh water drains - built to evacuate flood waters from the rivers into the ocean. We decided to give one of the canals a shot. I cast my line and felt I had caught something but it seemed very slow at the end of my line. I slowly reel it in and a large blue swimmer crab (the locals call them Blue Manna Crabs) was enjoying my bait. 10 minutes later it happened again so we decided to throw our crab net in. To make a long ...

      Happily Ever After

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Mar 02, 2014

      18 photos

      ... due to some clever hidden doors.

      After all the maze fun, J went to soak in the jacuzzi whilst I read my book in the lovely garden of the hotel (the jacuzzi got a bit too crowded for my taste when two other couples got in and started chatting). I did get my chance the next morning though, when I was the only one there.

      That evening we had dinner in our room with the leftovers from the picnic hamper and we started on a puzzle we bought at ...

      A House!

      A travel blog entry by caravantics on Nov 16, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... second longest in the world so that's quite impressive. Perhaps more impressive is the tantalizing blue of the water, so crystal clear that the visibility at the underwater observatory was fifteen metres, allowing an unusual vista of coral and barnacle covered pilons of the jetty stretching into the blue. One of my guilty pleasures is Instagram. I say guilty because unlike bush walking or needlepoint, home brewing or shell collecting it doesn't seem like ...