Yallingup Lodge Spa Retreat & OM Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was probably driving through the rolling hills covered in vines, grass trees, eucylyptus trees and towering karri pines. Plenty of fat cows, kangaroos and horses dotted about the hills also. I must admit we did drag the kids to a few wineries and breweries but they are pretty well set up for kids with playgrounds and sandpits so their ...
... is a bit disappointing to see only two whales, but it is an amazing sight. Those huge silver grey bodies about 15 m. long moving through the water. Spraying fountains of water up in the air every time they come up to breath. We follow them for a while and then return to port. No hump backs but a great afternoon. I sleep on the same camp ground as the night before. The next morning I wake up and it is cooler, a bit of overcast, what a relief. I drive south, not sure where to end ...
... from the cape were amazing and the winter waves crashing around Sugar Loaf rock had tremendous power, whilst Castle Bay was a stark contrast with calm waters and a lovely white sandy beach. Cameron was feeling better by the afternoon, so we went to the Lake Caves. The caves were 64m below the surface and were 82m long. It was only a relatively small cave but still a majestic sight, especially with the reflective lake and ...
... help being Mother's Day and very crowded. Next stop Tanunda and we follow friend Duncan's advice visiting wineries and the excellent 1918 restaurant. A really lovely caravan park we stay a few days. It's so good to not be driving. The countryside is so pretty with autumn coloured trees and rolling hills. Dog is miserable so it's off to see the lovely local vet who diagnoses an ear infection. The treatment helps quickly and Dulcie happy again within a few hours. Now it's time ...
... rugged headland to Yal's Beach and enjoyed an Ice Pole.
As we cooked our dinner in the open kitchen a kookaburra was trying to find it's dinner. We were able to stand only a foot away from this stunning bird, and are still amazed by the incredible wildlife we are seeing.
Hurrah, on our final night we managed to work the actual television and watched 'So You Think You Can Dance - The Australia version (Chris's favourite), and then a very good film called "Precious".