Adamson's Riverside Accommodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Adamson's Riverside Accommodation Margaret River
Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... coffee. Annie's tea came with porcelain cup and an egg timer to give her an idea when the tea has brewed enough to consume. We discovered that the post office was part of a larger building that housed the original court room and gaol that we wandered around. One of the peculiarities was that individual small cells were for European prisoners with a larger communal room with shackles for Indigenous ...
... where the Indian and the Southern Oceans meet.
At the lighthouse you are given an audio guide. You can press the number to the corresponding signs thereby saving the cost of the guided tour. No doubt this has probably greatly reduced the number of staff required as well. Anyway it is all fascinating and as usual, one retains only so much. Or is that so little!!!!
We did not pay the huge dollars to go to the top of the lighthouse we have done that ...
When I booked into Dunsborough Lakes Holiday Park was told it would be $25.00 per night plus $20 for gate key. When we got here it was $25.00 per person. It is a very large camp and we are right down the back by a small smelly lake and have duck poo all over the site. Oh well it is only for one ...
... the wind blowing, with the music playing, and my arm out the window.
Driving through Margaret River was fun, it was really cute and homey, not too touristy, though it won best tourist town! We decided to head to Prevelly Beach to a caravan park. We stopped for a smoothie and a glass of wine for Chris, and enjoyed the view and breeze from the Indian Ocean. We made it! We then drove to the ...
... the coast path along the headland. When we got back to the caravan park we had to move ourselves to a different spot as some noisy *******s had turned up blasting their music. Inconsiderate people again! We found a lovely spot away from everyone else and out of earshot of the *******s. It was a case then of chilling out for the rest of the day. We went to sleep to the sound of the huge breakers roaring onto the beach. They sounded like jet engines. ...