Adamson's Riverside Accommodation
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... being damaged near Darwin where it starts from. How often are there flights from Alice Springs to Adelaide and how many other people are in the same boat? There is a brief moment of panic as we have to be in Adelaide by Friday for all the other arrangements we have fixed. No time for a snooze now. If there are limited flights then better get in before the rush. Luckily I get seats on a Virgin Australia flight on ...
... of Day 3. We found it easier to navigate through the campground the second time and we picked up where we left off the previous afternoon.
The first section leaving Contos Campground was fairly flat and you cross through some 4WD tracks before an amazing view of the ocean emerges. This was my favourite view of the track so far. The beautiful blue colours of the ocean against the orange sand track, the green scrub and the white limestone ...
... 1959. It is said that the cave is probably 200 000 years old, and a complete skeleton of the extinct Tasmanian Tiger were found inside this cave. The cave has one of the longest straw stalactites in the world (5.43m long), it has helictites, a massive 'Karri Forest' looking stalagmite, cave coral, and flowstone which looks like "frozen water". And it is massive, 30m deep and 25m wide. We all really enjoyed the cave tour. Next ...
Two nights in a magic National Park, near Margaret River, what more could you want? Well of course you could want to go and see the Lighthouse and we did. You could want a walk, and we did. You could want wine and we didn't!
Having been in this area previously we knew where we wanted to head to. First stop the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse which is south of Augusta. It is the tallest lighthouse on the Australian Mainland. The Lighthouse also has the unique position of ...
A lot of the people we have met along the way have said that we really have to go and see the Margaret River area. It is Australia's premier wine producing region and is famous world wide for creating some absolutely delicious vino. After we had met up with Wayne and Kate (old friends who have emigrated out here) on the Saturday we decided to head down to this area for our last few days with Bruce (the camper van)
Margaret River itself is ...