Boranup Forest Retreat

Sebbes Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Sebbes Road, Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and Leeuwin Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River

South-west WA

A travel blog entry by jayden1234 on Apr 21, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

Valley of the Giants The valley of the Giants is named after the giant red tingle trees that soar 70 metres above the ground. There is both the tree top walk and the ancient empire walk. The tree top walk takes you 40 metres above the ground and near the canopy of quite a few of the trees. The ancient empire walk takes you to the forest floor. As you look up you see how much you are dwarfed by these ...

Blue Manna!

A travel blog entry by dave.hernandez on Mar 27, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... of weeks or so before we need to be in Perth so we'll take it easy from here.

We stopped at the Cheeky Monkey Brewery to check out what they had on offer and enjoyed a nice coffee together on their lovely property. We kept driving north on Caves Road and suddenly I felt an urge to turn left... it must of been the subliminal message that emanated from the name of the estate itself... it felt familiar and very enticing... before we knew it we were discovering ...

Wine and calm nights in the Southeast

A travel blog entry by tem on Nov 28, 2013

11 photos

I'm right now sitting in the plane to Auckland and am really keen on getting all the blog entries finished for Australia. I can hardly resist on catching up with the recent movies available at the plane ;-) As I got two weeks earlier to Perth than I planned I had plenty of time to discover Southwest of WA. I looked for someone through couchsurfing and with a notice at the board in the hostel and of course I tried to convince ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog on Sep 11, 2013

42 photos

... was absolutely no evidence of roo poo anywhere which made us suspicious of the caravan park's claims. Just as well really as Kangapoo Raker wasn't here to flick it away! Perhaps the wildlife were creeped out by this place too. We didn't even hear any birds. They had however promised peace and true to their word we had a lovely peaceful night. The only sound we heard was the rain tinkling down on the roof. We had done the right thing by not going to Conto Campground tonight. ...

Great day heading to Cape Leeuwin

A travel blog entry by johnlesley on Aug 29, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... took the name from the Dutch navigator Leeuwin (The Lioness) who rounded the cape in 1622.

The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is in itself a beautiful structure. It is the mainland Australia's tallest lighthouse, built in 1895/6 and stands 39 metres tall. However, due to where it stands, the elevation of the light is 56 metres above the sea level. The light has an intensity of one million candlepower and a range of 25 nautical miles. A damn bright light.

I went on ...