Australis Margaret River
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... which is a coastal town with a 2km pier. The sun was starting to set as we sat overlooking the water but we still had another 50km to go to get to the motel. When we arrived at the Edge of the Forest motel, it was dark but check in was quick and efficient by a lovely guy who I assume was the owner. The room is more like a cosy log cabin (albeit) made with bricks but it is ...
... sheep and their lambs. They were separated using a race , into two separate yards. That is when they really started bleating at each other. Where are you junior? I am over here! How do they know who is who I wonder? Anyway , an orange tube loaded with a plastic pellet on the end, was shoved down the mothers throats to worm them. They got a blue paint stripe on their foreheads once done. Hard work. Some of them were difficult! Next, they got organised with a ...
... with blue tails, apparently when the males outnumber the females the males turn into females! After lunch we continued on to Hamelin Bay which is famous for seeing Stingrays and were fortunate to see two, it was a lovely beach to sit and wait for the Stingrays to come in. Thursday we started the day with a walk through Margaret River town then on to Pevelley Beach which is a surfers beach. There were a few surfers out and it was fascinating watching them surf the waves and even saw ...
We left cloudy and occasional rainy Denmark and headed through the trees and hills, farmland and wine country, to Margaret River, our last stop before Fremantle aka HOME! It was a longer drive than I thought it would be but fun and beautiful. I made sure to recognize it was one of the last driving legs in this van, one of the last days, as we hope to sell it when we get to Fremantle. I made sure the window ...
... we squatted and had a cup of coffee and thought about it for awhile... like 2 seconds... then decided to give it a miss... which meant we had to either return via the same route, back about 1km, or try and find the well-disguised shortcut to meet up with the track where it comes out onto Boranup Beach... well it was a bit of bush bashing, but we picked up the old and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed