Bettenay'S Redgum Ridge Cottages

corner of Miamup & Harmans Sth Rd, Cowaramup, Western Australia, 6284, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on corner of Miamup & Harmans Sth Rd, Cowaramup, is near Mammoth and Lake Caves.
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Travel Blogs from Cowaramup

Days 71 - 73 Margaret River area

A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... with our wine, cheese, chocolate and liqueur. Tomorrow we head south to Cape Leeuwin. Saturday 16th A lovely sunny day and around 20 degrees which was perfect to wander around Margaret River farmers markets. Great fresh fruit, eggs, chicken chorizo, meats and a range of gourmet produce. We bought some chai, eggs and chicken chorizo. We then continued south to Cape Leeuwin lighthouse which is the tallest on mainland Australia and third tallest overall. The tour is $20 which takes ...

Cowaramup, pronounced Kuh-wara-mup, called CowTown

A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Jun 15, 2014

49 photos

Cow town. Look up: http://cowaramup.com.au or http://www.margaretriver.com/regions/12 Cowaramup and Gracetown Welcome to Cowaramup & Gracetown! The Cowaramup and Gracetown area is home to some of the most prestigious wine and food experiences in the region. It is also famous for a bustling (you guessed it!) dairy industry. Cowaramup village evolved through several Group Settlements in the area and derives its name from Cowaramup Siding on the ...

Busselton and Margaret River.........

A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Jun 15, 2014

52 photos

... community pride. Distillers, artisans, craft, and on and on. Everything you might need to live is found in this area. If they don't grow it, brew it or distill it, they make it. Thriving is a word that comes to mind. We shall return here, no doubt. My next blog, probably tomorrow, will be dedicated to Cowaramup..... Locally, or more specifically regionally, referred to as Cow Town.... If you get a chance, look it ...

Day 22

A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn on Mar 12, 2014

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... winery, Hamelin Bay Wines. Another very pleasant place to stop for lunch, and sample (and buy) some of their produce.

Then on a bit further to our overnight stop, at "Alexander Bridge", where the road used to cross the Blackwood River, but the area is now run as a no-frills camping ground. It is very popular, with 20 or so caravans and motorhomes staying. A very scenic and relaxing spot, with lots of trees and great river views.
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Wipe out

A travel blog entry by grickling on Dec 13, 2013

... to get ready for the Christmas carol concert, so we decided to move on. We drove 10 minutes down the road to Rotary Park for more shade and kipping. Last stop was Grace town Caravan park for more rest. Thankfully we are both feeling better, about 70% functional. We saw a couple of possums climbing up the drainpipe into the toilet block. They seemed quite confident, as later, they were making beeline for the van, so we shooed them off before our final rest of the ...