Peppermint Brook Cottages
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... ones in there so the silence really stood out.
We are camping in the national park tonight at Conto’s Campground. Conto’s Campground was named after an alcoholic company. A group of young men built a fishing shack in the area and used to drink this beverage in high quantities when they were here. They left lots of empty Conto’s bottles behind hence ...
... to drive around the site but when you see how numerous they are and the cars have to stick to a track you can understand why people choose to see them from their vehicle. The walk is sign posted, and I can tell you if someone changed the directions, yes you could get lost out there. Anyway we snapped many a photo (yes we purchased a small camera in Geraldton due to the both of ours dying) but unfortunately cannot get the ...
... until the second day, as it can only be accessed from outside. The giant deck is great for bird watching and wildlife spotting. The red tail cockatoos make a huge racket as they crack open the nuts from the tree out front. There are notes not to leave food out on the counter. Hmm... They don’t come right out and say there are mice, but we hear the rustling of plastic in the garbage nightly.
We have a targeted ...
On Tuesday (7 Apr) we left Denmark for the approximately 4 hour drive to Augusta. We stopped at Walpole for a morning coffee (and a custard tart for Wendy), before heading further West.
On the approach to Northcliffe we drove through kilometre after kilometre of burnt bush – the result of some very severe bushfires early in the year. From memory I think the bushfires lasted around 2 weeks, with the people of ...
... safe here, just watch out for the white back spiders”, which turn out to have flesh eating venom, and they are the size of an ant. Needless to say we were dancing around a lot more that night. Having a few beers a bit later on and chatting to the ‘Aussie’ some more, we discovered he was actually a Brummy and had been living in Australia for only a couple of years, weird how he picks up the accent ...