Quality Inn Margaret River
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... to get it home or eat it! Next was Knottinghill Winery for more wine tasting and a bushtucker lunch of crocodile, emu, skippy, wit juti Grub, (Ugh), beef, chicken, bush tomatoes, lots of pickles and side dishes. It was a delicious lunch however I couldn't bring myself to eat skippy. I would rather eat the crocodile that him eating me so that was ok and its so smoked its difficult to get the real taste. One of the girls who tried the Wit Juti Grub ...
With a 4 day weekend for Easter on the horizon we decided that a trip to Margaret River was a great idea. I had heard so many good things about Margaret River and especially the wineries around there and just South of Perth. On our journey towards Margaret River we stopped off in Bun and had a walk on the really long pier and watched the sunset over the beach. We arrived to our hostel in town pretty late so had a early night in preparation ...
... darts, pool and incredible sound system:) it really had everything. Adam has lived here 7 months and cate and sean the couple have been here for a few months but move out on tuesday to move to melbourne. We all went for a cider at the corner bar and then adam made a plate of meats and cheeses and got wine and we all went back and played pool and darts and watched a movie:) was a nice way to break the ice and I'm glad I had the girls ...
After Augusta we drove north to Margaret River, an area surrounded by wineries. Alex and I both had separate ideas about what to do so after visiting a deserted beach with possibly the strongest surf I had ever seen, he dropped me off at a cave called Lake Cave whilst he sample some wines.
The cave entrance was about 700 years old. This is known ...
On our way to Margaret River we stopped in at Bunbury to the Marlston Hill Lookout and Koombana Bay.
We decided to stay at the working sheep station in Margaret River and what a great choice. It was central to everything and the owners were wonderful people. Maddison and Sarah got to feed the “pet” sheep, the goats and have a hold of the baby rabbits. The free range chickens enjoyed the tree behind us. We stayed ...