Diamond Forest Cottages
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... for Mal would have cost $21.00! He can have toast tomorrow! So with just enough to get us through until we reach the big smoke tomorrow, I came back to the van to do mundane things like washing ( and maybe enjoy a little quiet time – sshh!), while the boys went back to their now-favourite water hole for a bit more jumping off jetties.
Early night for us tonight, we have to be packed up and ready to leave by nine at the latest in the ...
... for a while.
Back on the road towards the coast again and to stay at Australind. We have been to a few towns today but the distance we travelled is very small. Went out to Leschenault Peninsula, the ocean side looks very rough and the inlet side very shallow, so we went to the "cut" (the inlet) and Chris has a fish before dinner.
Thursday, 13th November
It has turned cold and I dig out a pair of track pants but Chris is being stubborn, refuses to give in and ...
... water tank. We carry our drinking water. So the 120 ltrs of water lasts at least four days and we have never run out. Probably we could last six. We shower and wash our hair every day, keeping our showers to one and a half minutes. None of this turn on and off the water caper, we have it all down to a fine art.
However, we also have to fill up and we don't like to 'pinch' water. We went to the Pemberton information centre to enquire about filling up. The lady at ...
... things about those wonderful trees. Karri trees grow to their height within a hundred years then within two hundred years they get as big around as they will ever get. They have a life span of four hundred years.The forest is like our Red Wood forest in California. I have put that Trip on my bucket list.
Final stretch to Pemberton, Southwest, Australia. Not far from the magical forest. Which was right ...
... It was a lovely lunch but the food certainly wasn't quite up to Margaret River standards.
Last stop, a 4km walk around Big Brook Dam which the Ozzies have cleverly put a white sand beach on to allow the locals to enjoy swimming in the trout filled water.
Dinner: We couldn't bear another meal at the local pub and since there was only one other restaurant option, Alex was allowed his favorite Yoghurt and ...