The Grove Experience
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Stayed - Taunton Farm Holiday Park. Cowaramup Shady sites with grass and sand. Set in a farm with green pasture and animals to feed. Two donkeys named Eddie and Cara but not overly friendly. $42 a night. Amenities average. Too many kids on a weekend which makes it a bit noisy. I hate jumping pillows!! Thursday 14th Drove south to Cowaramup via the …
... We weren't prepared to pay 50 dollars each, or whatever it was, to go to the top of the lighthouse. Instead of climbing the lighthouse we made our way down to the water across rocks and hung out for awhile, took some pictures, then went to Hamlin Bay. I had fun climbing the rocks and walking around the water.
Hamlin Bay is a beautiful beach were I once again, took a nap. I am getting very good at falling asleep on beaches. Also at ...
... for 18 years apart from waiting for the automated light to fail. What a cushy number. They have strong unions in Australia. Having walked up to the lighthouse, we were making our way back when Charlotte stifled a shriek. She had spotted a snake emerging from a bush close to where we had just been. We all moved slowly but surely out of its way and Charlotte went to tell the lady in the souvenir shop Who identified ...
... just don't stack up against the SA equivalent. We tried really hard to find something as good as SA but falied ... Hic!
We stayed here for 6 days, with plenty of things to do to pass the time. Apart from visiting wineries ourselves we did a winery bus tour, which was good value, visited the surfing beaches such as Gracetown, Yallingup and caught up on the Melbourne Cup. Oh well, theres always next year to pick ...
... seen the changes especially in the caves. The stalactites were awesome and take 100 years to grow 1 cm. looking at the size of them, it would have taken millions of years for them to have grown to this extent. Ngilgi caves were discovered by Edward Dawson in 1899 while he was looking for stray horses. He was so impressed with the caves that he wanted to share ...