William Bay Country Cottages
Travel Blogs from Denmark
... as a guy came out of the caravan with a rake and proceeded to use it to flick the little balls of kangaroo poo that were on the grass away from him. He went all the way from his caravan to the amenities block creating a kangaroo poo free path for him and his wife to follow when they needed a poo! We couldn't believe what we were seeing. Now there was a lot of kangaroo poo on the grass but it doesn't smell and we had ...
We took a walk through the bush here in town where the numerous new tree varieties are labelled, including the Snottygobble! There are also Marri, Karri and Jarrah (I call it Jarri for convenience).
We then drove to the nearby Valley of the Giants for a guided tour of the Tingle eucalyptus trees, the largest eucalypts in the world. They are routinely attacked by a fungus, insects and fire so tend to be hollow for up to 10 ...
... went further round on the scenic drive through more ancient forests then stopped for a forest walk to the Giant Tingle Tree, which really was enormous, where the old trunk had split, so you can walk through and out the other side. It was an interesting walk with many informative panels relating to the forest's prehistoric past.
After the forests, the coast beckoned and we headed south to Conspicuous Cliffs and ...
... wants to keep this to themselves, unfortunately we didn't bring our bathers, but it was a very enjoyable morning. I'd suggest anyone coming to Walpole to go on the WOW Eco Wilderness cruise, Gary, the guide is such a funny and extremely informative guy,
This evening we had drinks and a meal with Rhonda and Bruce, I doubt we laughed so much in ages, there is a friendly cheeky kookaburra that hangs around their caravan, and he decided to get a bit closer and landed in ...
... for Tony’s doctor’s visit. We got just in time for his appointment and after everything the doctor could not find anything wrong, but gave a referral for another doctor and a prescription for some eye medicine. We picked it up from the pharmacy and headed back to relax the rest of the evening.
The next day we stopped into see a 'saw pit’ this is a pit in the ground that a log is laid over and then one person is the ‘underdog’ and goes under the ...
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