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We rose early and were on the road before 8am. We breakfasted at an off-road cafe where the jam doughnuts were excellent! By mid morning we were in the delightful sounding town of Bunbury, where cousin Ric***********e of his stone spheres displayed in the gardens of an office block. Over a metre in diameter and beautifully smooth it rotated on …
... with their own styles and we have enjoyed trying something different.
In the afternoon, we did the walk along the famous Busselton Jetty: 1.8km and the longest, wooden piered jetty in the southern hemisphere. Chris had a try at catching a fish (any fish!!), but we don't think there are any left in the sea. It came up very overcast and windy and was hard walking back in. The bay looked so different to the light blue, perfectly flat waters of yesterday.
... no backpackers whatsoever. Paul on the counter gave us four bookings worth of stamps on a membership card, saving us the $100 (£54) membership fee. Drift cafe is just over the road and continues the excellent independent coffee scene we've found in Australia. Starbucks is failing badly here. We spent the day hiding from the rain and booked ourselves onto a wine tasting tour. Busktuckers tour four winery's, a chocolate factory, a brewery and a cheese makers for $90 ...
Had a lovely morning tea at the Berry farm. Tasted some passionfruit champaign. Then drove down to Prevelly beach for tbe ocean views and a run around for the dog. Glad I had a doggy poo bag in my pocket 😁. Now home for a siesta 😌 Due to poor internet service there will be no photo's ...
... place in Oz and the Bootleg Brewery is a good one. They had seven beers to try ranging from a light, sunny refreshing lager to a full bodied, head hugging stout.
If we could have easily transported them home we would shave bought more, but as we are off to Thailand next week, we had to sadly leave without any luggage. But we will be ordering from the UK!!! Such a great day and a great way to see some of WA's greatest producers of wines.