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... scale horse dressed up as if ready to go into battle. Another room was full of commemorative silks and quilts that had been made as souvenirs, as well as propaganda posters encouraging men and women to sign up for service. The kitchen had even been done up with old equipment and products so that it really looked the part. We were also able to walk through the Princess Royal Fortress which is dug into the mountain. The floor inside has been covered with cubes of wood so that ...
... My helpful comments on reversing into our spot included "okay, so I'll try to stop you backing over the edge, no promises though" and "if you go past me, you've gone too far", interspersed with chatter about what we'd miss most if the ute did manage to roll into the river overnight. I'm lucky he's such a good sport! (Spoiler: We didn't roll into the river overnight. The camping area is flat, and the handbrake works these ...
... the interactive displays, rare images, films and listening to the very informative and interesting commentary. The centre has only been open a short time, it was built to mark the 100 year anniversary of the departure of the 2 convoys of war ships, (over 60 ships in total) to Turkey from King George Sound. Albany was the last sight of Australia for many of the servicemen. There is a water feature that scrolls through the list of names of all of the men that left from ...
... outside on the trampoline! Funny the things they miss.
Right nearby was the Castle Rock walk and so we hiked up. It was only 2klms and hard going. Callum and Lochlan struggled ....actually we all did. At the top we had to clambered up the 7 Metre ladder to walk out along the metal walkway to see the amazing view. As I took the first photo the camera tells me No Card! Ahhhh! Not pics today for sure! ...
for the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a
little train you can catch but after grabbing an icecream we decided to walk it
off!!! Beautiful day and beautiful bay. There is an underwater observatory at
the end which descends 8mtrs below the surface but didn’t have sufficient time
to do this. We then drove onto Margaret River and our accommodation, Riverview
Tourist Park. ...