Jarrah Grove Retreat
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... masses of white Arum lilies but of course these are weeds and the locals are trying desperately to eradicate them.Apparently a lady botanist had received them from England......we had more info about flowers and I did find a couple of new ones amongst the lilies. We looked for a picnic spot but the one by the river was packed it is Sunday after all,so we travelled on.Not much about so decided to head into our next overnight at a sheep ...
... be very popular. Left there next morning and made our way down to caravan park in Gracetown in the Margaret River District. We are leaving here tomorrow (Saturday 8th August) and heading for Albany (if it does not rain as predicted) or else we will go inland again until expected 3 days of rain down the bottom of WA stops. Des has been down 3 of the caves that are along this part of the coast. Yes, we purchased a ticket for me to see ...
... of the year for Australia (Clive) takes us on a personal tour of the facility.
[Cool story: In 1990, vineyard founder Brian Edwards flew his Tiger Moth 'Matilda’ from London to Perth to raise money for a charity. The label on their bottles shows the route he took, 14 stops to get there. He replaced the front seat with a fuel tank and piloted from the back seat. Matilda is an open cockpit biplane, pretty amazing ...
... trying to get back to their sites or get their vans or camper trailers on to their site!! Of course whilst careering around you also have to yell out to all your mates at 200 decibels or if slightly younger (and still not quite talking) simply scream your lungs out. It was an experience we have not had before nor one that we particularly want to repeat for years to come!! And for heaven’s sake even as an old bloke I know ...
... amazing cave that we have seen. The Cape is where the Indian Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, it was quite windy and the demarcation was not obvious. We had time to visit an olive oil producer called Whirlwind and had a womderful chat and tasting with the owner. The olive farm apparently is his retirement hobby. We then went to Leeuwim, a fantastic winery before we went back to ...