Matan'S Gallery & Lodge
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... 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 ...
We said goodbye to Dunsborough to make our way to Margaret River. I should point out that Margaret River is a river, it is also a town and is also a region. This is confusing to us foreigners but the Aussies do not have a problem with this. The region has a huge number of wineries. I am reliably informed that this region produces 3% of total Aussie wine but produces 20% of the premium wine. So the stuff here is good. Armed with this knowledge and as ...
Today was sprinkling rain, so a great day for shopping and taste testing. Being in a famous wine region, but neither of us being particularly enthusiastic wine drinkers to make it worthwhile, we still found plenty to do. Like the chocolate factory! After breakfast the Margaret River Chocolate Company was our first stop (free chocolate tasting!), followed closely by Margaret River Providore, where there were plenty of different things to sample. We ...
... afternoon got rowdier and rowdier with the great end station at the Duck Stein Brewery.
We met nice south African guest who came with us to the bar at night we had an fabulous day.
To be continued,
We werden vanochtend een beetje wazig wakker van de gezellige avond met Greg en Tara.
Spek met ei was voor ontbijt. Na het ontbijt voelde iedereen zich goed, De ...
... we kept changing our minds. Decided a quick stop off for some WD 40 in Bunnings would be helpful and an excuse to stop in Busselton. After several different destinations were chosen we eventually and discarded for various reasons we decided a free camp near Capel was in order.
At 4pm we were set up in a pine forest with six vans; one camper and three tents for company.
A great end to a fabulous day.