William Bay Country Cottages
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... wonderful aromas, this all helps us take our mind off the steep incline and then 300 very steep steps AND two very steep ladder climbs to get to the top. It was stunning at the top...... in the past this had to be done by the local firewatch warden three times a day. ONCE was ok but three times ???? Once we had taken some great photos and descended to the bottom we took the forest walk around the base of the mountain, it was undulating ...
... een sort van de Eucaliptus boom. De bodem omtrek varieerd van 4 tot 24 meter en zijn echt gigantisch. Er is een prachtige wandel route gemaakt die boven en tussen deze giganten zweeft. Sommige stukken waren op 40 meter hoogte. Een unieke ervaring en erg mooi. Daarna volgde er een tour met gids over normale paden en kreeg je een goed idee hoe oud sommige bomen waren (+400 jaar). Net voor de tour eindigde begon het te regenen.
... our wine and soaked up the homely feel of the little cottage we were borrowing. We are currently on the road to Esperance now which is quite a bumpy, uneven drive but we have nearly completed the West Australian coastline as after Esperance we will hit the Nullabor for the long straight haul into SA! WA is such a vast state. It feels like we have been within its borders for a long time and I guess 2 months is a long time out of ...
... to do an 85km forest drive. After buying our National Parks Pass we headed off. There are many little nooks and crannies in the forest but a couple of highlights were Beedelup Falls, (I crossed a swing bridge without wetting myself) and the mother of all tree towers, (the Dave Evans Bi-Centenial tree). This tree is about 73 metres tall and has a half way platform.
From Fonty's Pool we have travelled to Walpole. This is a tiny ...
... So off we went! As we approached the coast we encountered one group who had turned back. It didn't help that they were all over 300 lbs! We had almost reached the holes when we met the next group who were bemoaning the fact they had walked all that way to see what resembled a whale's blow hole. I was about to go off in search of the Ozzie Indian and slay his dragon, when kaboom!!! The blow holes were in front of us and again we marvelled at the ...