Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay

Address: 225 Osmington Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 225 Osmington Road, Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and South West Adventure Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Cape Naturaliste

    A travel blog entry by georgejanene on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... Naturaliste is located right out on the point of Geographer Bay. There are several walks you can do besides a tour through the lighthouse. We chose the Cape Naturaliste walk, approx 4km in length and takes you out around the point. It is quite an easy walk compared to what we have encounter in other areas and takes you through bushes that are very thick and about shoulder high, (for most people that is). When we reached the rocks close to the sea, we ...

    Lunch at Hayshed Hill Winery

    A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Apr 24, 2014

    7 photos

    After Easter and before Fairbridge Folk Festival we got back down south to spend a couple of days in the Margaret River wine region. It was still the Easter school holidays and wow was it busy. Margaret River is a town which has almost become the victim of its own marketing success. Full of cafés, surf shops (for the nearby famed surf/shark! beaches like Gracetown!) and galleries. We did our shopping and got out of the mayhem. We camped in ...

    Capsicum Bandits: Cowaramup to Conspicuous Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Dec 27, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... would have been very unideal for the bird). Fortunately it swooped off into the trees and we were able to embark on the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse tour with a clear conscience. The first thing that greeted us in the carpark at Cape Leeuwin was a big sign warning us about dangerous snakes in the area; the next thing was a purple campervan with the slogan “I’ve lost my virginity but I’ve still got the box it came in” painted across the back in big white graffiti ...

    The lighthouse

    A travel blog entry by grickling on Dec 12, 2013

    3 photos

    First early morning trip to the toilet this morning was greeted by flies, we knew our enemies, the flies, would be trailing us all day! After packing the van, we made our way to the old jetty of Hamelin Bay where if you are lucky, you can see sting rays and Mantarays. We were not fortunate enough to see them, but a guy told us that the rays are more likely to be out in the afternoon. We made ...

    Natural wonders and peculiarities

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... the way: an advertisement for a 'snowball' auction, for example, or the use of a microwave for a mailbox. Then the often unpronounceable aboriginal place names with their many oo's aside, what about the names for places like Disappointment Hill, Conspicuous Cliffs and Mistaken Island, to name a few. And can anyone please tell me what a Laundrobar is? Never a dull moment in the passenger seat of a road trip in Western Australia, I tell you!








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