Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cave, well half of it anyway was impressive but hopefully the next two caves with tour guides will make it seem like more value for money. The first half was impressive with stalactites everywhere and the cave was well lit with a good boardwalk throughout. We each got headphones and at each station could key in a number to hear some audio about the cave. It is famous for having ...
... Getting a good collection of shots. Before going to Pinnacles we went to Lake Thetis were there are more stromatilites but because this is an inland lake they look different than the ones at Hamlin Pool. Nice boardwalk out to see them and you can walk around the lake but was windy and slightly cold so we only did the boardwalk. There appears to be a lot of holiday accommodation along here and I guess that is because Perth is not ...
... giant kangaroo and others. The Jewel Cave had 6 thylacine skeletons dating from 3000 years ago. Just shows you how long they have been extinct on the mainland. Off next to the Leeuwin Lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin. This is the tallest lighthouse in Australia. I also think I heard it is the oldest but I'm not sure now. I did learn that Matthew Flinders started his circumnavigation of Australia from Cape Leeuwin and travelled east. His mapping skills were ...
The Aviation Heritage Museum of Western Australia is our stop on the 3 hour drive south to Margaret River. There are lots of old planes, airmail stamps and aviation history. Ron has a thing about planes, so we while away an hour or so there.
[I'm an airplane geek, I admit it. Also a bridge geek, but that’s another story. This museum is small-ish, but has quite a few vintage aircraft packed into every available space of ...
... us! Being an affluent town, we already knew finding a cheap campsite wasn’t going to be easy in Margaret River and the ones we had as a backup weren’t looking promising. So seeing a campsite sign, we tried our luck and headed down a small lane, past a paddock of Kangaroos and down a dirt lane over a field, we hit lucky! To our surprise we found a very nice little farm at the bottom with an excellent ...