Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Margaret River this morning and travelled towards Manjimup and Pemberton. Drove towards Augusta to look at the lighthouse on Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Augusta is a peaceful picturesque town at the South Western tip of Australia. It was settled in 1830 and is situated on the banks of Blackwood River and Hardy Inlet where it meets the Southern ocean. Attractions are fishing, skiing, walks, wildflower spotting (getting ...
... some 300 steps, but then you also have to climb up those steps on the way out. The tour guide was again very informative and nice to chat to. Some of the features, if you used your imagination looked like other things, such as a turtle, a crocodile or my favourite, the dragon! When we exited the cave, up all those steps, we then spent a little bit of time at the visitor centre. Next we drove just up the road a bit to Mammoth Cave. It is a self guided tour using an audio set ...
We've spent three nights in the Margaret River Region. We found the most awesome campsite on a sheep station just out of town and took the camper off so we could drive around town easily. Turns out our friends from Pemberton rolled in a few hours later with their three kids so we got to chat some more to them and their kids got to feed one of the abandoned lambs. We desperately needed to do some washing and tidying so we spent the afternoon at camp. We did a wine tour on ...
... plates. At least someone else would gain a few extra morsels from my non participation. Then on to another vineyard to try about another 9 wines, I think this one was Ernest and Lyle. We then go taken into the back room to select a range of balsamic vinegars, dukkahs, chutneys, probably about 40 different ones. Sadly no room in the luggage for glass bottles or we would have ...
... at the end of the jetty was closed due to poor visibility.
Going out on the Legend Charter Boat, we ended up staying out about one hour longer than normal, as we had a bit of trouble finding some of the little buggers. We ended up coming across a pod of 4 whales, after just seeing the odd one or two here ...