Yallingup Lodge Spa Retreat & OM Day Spa
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... and made our first purchases.
The second stop was Knotting Hill Estate, another beautiful vineyard, where I managed to get stung by a bee (in my foot) even before the wine tasting kicked off. A friendly bar worker had her son bring over a remedy and after a few glasses of wine (tasting!) I had forgotten all about it.
The bushtucker lunch we had after that surely banned all thoughts of bees from my head as we not got served crocodile and kangaroo ...
... families piled on with packed lunches and ipods
fully charged for the kids, so that we could enjoy a bit of grown up fun. The
kids were all so great. We made sure we visited some wineries and breweries
with playgrounds to break the boredom but they were just as happy to be hanging
out together all day. The region is absolutely beautiful with lush farms and
green vineyards just a short drive from the ocean. A week was just not long
... north), come to car park ,walk along road 20 metres, track off to right, takes you along the edge of beach when it’s high tide.
Everybody’s warning us about snakes, lying on the path, lazy and full of venom.. but still haven't seen one.
From Canal Rocks to the steps at Quininup took to 11am, basically from steps all the way easy walking along ...
... In between the showers we scrambled up to a good vantage point and swaying about in the wind we got some great photos. It was awesome. After this and with the rain now pelting down we drove a little further up the coast to Injidup Beach where we got a brilliant view over to Canal Rocks. It was great to see it from this angle. We got there just in time as within minutes a mist ...
... perched on the cliffside thinking how unfortunate that this is so far from Sydney!
Good night all, I am really looking forward to seeing more of the Margarent River Wineries, gourmet chocolate makers, local artisans and my most anticipated - the local glass blower.
Fact for the day: The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse stands only at 20m tall as it is already atop a hill. The lenses are made from prism crystal and today are worth $5 million dollars.