Adamson's Riverside Accommodation
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We checked into Turners Caravan Park which is a short walk to the town centre and on the banks of the Blackwood River. There is a bike path that runs along the river bank to Flinders Bay which is very well maintained and quite flat but the head wind we rode into certainly made up for the lack of hills. A tail wind home was very welcomed.
Not far from Augusta there are a number of limestone caves, Jewel Cave, Mammoth ...
... was Watershed winery where we were given a private presentation by Joyce, of how the place operated and history of the place. She certainly knew her stuff. We then had a wine tasting, for memory around 5 whites and 5 reds, before heading to their restaurant for an early lunch. This was included in the tour price and we had a choice of 5 meals, plus a glass of wine. Meals were excellent. After lunch we went to pick up four others, and a ...
... is an old Karri tree which has been aged to 500 years and it must have taken at least 200 years for enough soil to be deposited for it to have grown. The cave was pretty awesome, it contained some rare examples of columns, stalagmites and stalactites. The best example was this: Its formed a platform when the surface of the cave was much higher than it is ...
... on the Indian side. It was a hell of a lot more dramatic here today then when I was last here. We paid the small entrance fee at the visitors centre and walked to the end of Cape Leeuwin where the big white lighthouse stood proudly watching the fierce seas. On the walk there we passed a huge model cow holding a telescope. It was a funny thing with big pink udders. After this wonderful photo opportunity we strode the rest of the way to the lighthouse. From here we took the steps down ...
... massive rocks and Grant kept trying to give Lisa and I heart attacks by getting as close to the edge as he possibly could. As it was, there were several times when we had to run away from the freak waves that came crashing over the rocks, hitting areas that had been dry before.
When we finally had enough of the sand and sun, we decided to head back to the house in Margaret River. The drive was lovely as, once again, it was twilight, and the kangaroos ...