Burnside Organic Farm
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We checked into Turners Caravan Park which is a short walk to the town centre and on the banks of the Blackwood River. There is a bike path that runs along the river bank to Flinders Bay which is very well maintained and quite flat but the head wind we rode into certainly made up for the lack of hills. A tail wind home was very welcomed.
Not far from Augusta there are a number of limestone caves, Jewel Cave, Mammoth ...
Back to the coast again as we head to Busselton for a few days. We had visited Busselton once years ago but remember it was a really **** day weather-wise. We remember seeing the renowned nearly 1.8 km jetty before, but probably didn't even get out of the car. This time the weather was much, much better .... funny how the weather makes a difference to the experience.
Busselton is very much a summer holiday and sea ...
... one stalagmite that looks like the Karri forest above, so nature imitating nature. It was really cool. The cave was quite large and the different types and styles of straws, stalactites, stalagmites and flow stones, which were all amazing and spectacular! At the end as we were walking out, Cambell pointed out to Alan one stalagmite that looked like the Bungle Bungle's, so again nature imitating nature. Cambell then told him he can now call ...
... was Watershed winery where we were given a private presentation by Joyce, of how the place operated and history of the place. She certainly knew her stuff. We then had a wine tasting, for memory around 5 whites and 5 reds, before heading to their restaurant for an early lunch. This was included in the tour price and we had a choice of 5 meals, plus a glass of wine. Meals were excellent. After lunch we went to pick up four others, and a ...
... 20 years ago. Either I have a bad memory or the town has really grown.
From here we drove to Dunsborough and had lunch near the beach, a beautiful little spot, very pretty. We drove along the coast to Yallingup, spectacular views along the coastline here.
We decided to book in for yet another farm stay at Margaret River. The site was called 'Big Valley Campsite', a ...