William Bay Country Cottages

Address: 65 Rice Road, Denmark, Western Australia, 6333, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 65 Rice Road, Denmark.
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      Albany to Parryville

      A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 02, 2015

      13 photos

      ... in the rest of the museum complex, we were free to explore around in here ourselves, checking out the whole ship. Deck, crew cabins, galley where we watched another movie, boiler room... Just when we thought we were nearly done we discovered another stairwell, and realised there was as much to see again. Much bigger inside that it had seemed from the outside! Before we left the area we checked out a few attractions in Torndirrup National Park. A couple ...

      Deep in the South West - Christmas in Walpole

      A travel blog entry by rascals on Dec 20, 2014

      20 photos

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      Boxing Day

      A beautiful sunny warm day, Rick is resting as we have a four hour drive tomorrow…. not ideal but the CP we really wanted to stay at ( Bremmer Bay ) was booked out 6 months ahead.
      Leelee is washing , cleaning …….. can't complain and we are watching the boxing day Cricket.

      Saturday 27th Off we go to Hopetoun for another week stay ……...


      Ya missed me?

      A travel blog entry by nifty47 on Oct 15, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Visiting Grandma Tingle in Nornalup

      A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Sep 11, 2014

      9 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Valley of the Giants, Ayr Sailean & Albany

      A travel blog entry by adventure2014 on Sep 10, 2014

      13 photos

      ... we walked the big Karri tree walk, again we could walk inside the trees. We stopped briefly at Circular pool to see their frothing cappuccino due to the tannin in the water. Called in at the Swarbrick art loop - don't bother! Weird art, and not enough to make the journey worth it for this section. A quick stop in Warpole for bread and milk, no gf sausages! And back home for steak cooked on the open fire. Another tough day in paradise! ...