The Grove Experience
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 …
... ontspanning en herstel van het zware "weekend". We liepen richting het stadje voor vers brood en vers fruit sap. In de middag genoten we nog een keer van Millers ijs een erg goed product.
Margaret River is een heerlijke stop geweest en we hebben een paar mooie locale wijnen voor de rest van de trip gekocht.
Morgen begint de tocht richting het oosten.
lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... The day was cloudy but no wind which was the first time in Margaret River . We went to a little town called Cowrinup which is about 12ks before M/River. It only has 10 shops and one servo but each was either a tourist shop or a coffee shop but very interesting just wondering through each shop. From there we went to Millers Ice Cream factory at Cowrinup.The place was packed the families all eating ice cream . We all picked a different flavour and we all agreed that it was ...
... jacksonii is a giant amongst the eucalypts growing up to 75m. Its huge buttressed trunk has a girth of 24 metres and is believed to be over 400 years old. We continued our trek east towards Denmark stopping for a sweet break at the Toffee & Cider Factory, renowned for selling one of Australia's biggest and best icecream cones. I chose raspberry and Jon, the owner, placed frozen raspberries in the noisy icecream machine, followed by vanilla icecream ...
... for the night. It was a nasty afternoon. Howling wind, drizzling rain with showers. But, what a spot to be in if it was summer! Fantastic. We were quite sheltered from the wind where we were camped, but a stroll down the caravan park road past a few cabins and you are on the beach. Really lovely spot...if the weather behaves. We had power and non drinkable water for $28 a night. Stayed one night and moved on. Drove on about half an hour to arrive at WA213 in camp 7 book. Big ...