BIG4 Peppermint Park
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We left Denmark with a few ideas of what we wanted to see...mainly the Tree Top Walk and the Gloucester Tree but as Geoff is prone to do, just out of Denmark a local Dinosaur Park caught his attention with a reptile feeding time only minutes away...so with a shrieking of the brakes and a quick u turn (no mean feat with a camper trailer on a narrow …
We had intended to go to Hamelin Bay today but we had a change of plan. We broke our internet router last night and we needed a new one, however, the nearest Telstra shop was in Busselton about 90 kilometres away. We decided to go there today and then drive back to Hamelin Bay and work our way up the coast as planned. On our way to the amenities we …
After pitching our tent, we walked into town and down to the beach, where the water was beautifully clear. It was early evening and the good people of Busselton spend their leisure time playing volleyball on the beach. We were happy to watch them whilst eating the best named ice cream of all time - Golden Gaytime! You can do your own joke!
Back at the campsite, Chris was ...
... 4. Cullen. The jolly girl behind the counter was very welcoming. Brian liked the Cab Petit Verdot blend but when we unpacked it at home didn't remember buying it! 5. Vasse Felix. Next door to Cullen, this winery was famed for its award-winning C******nay. I left with a brace, as a gift for R & B. It was super! There was time for a gallery and watching the sun go down over Redgate Bay, beer in hand. With wine and cheese for supper Robin and I both experienced weird ...
... longest straw stalactite found in any tourist cave in the world. We climbed 250 steps down into the cave. This cave was virtually a dry cave as the water table is disappearing and 60 years ago there was also a small lake in the cave.
Then onto Lake Cave where it was another 300 step climb down into the cave. The first part of the walk down was through an open area which had once been part of the huge cave but the roof had collapsed over 600 years ago and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBIG4 Peppermint Park Busselton
Great camping amenities although they could do with more washing machines and dryers. We had friends stay in one of the onsite cabins. They weren't impressed with what the cabin had to offer considering they were paying over $300 per night.
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