Yelverton Brook Eco Spa Retreat & Conservation Sanctuary

Address: 118 Roy Road, Metricup, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6280, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 118 Roy Road, Metricup, Margaret River, is near Mammoth and Lake Caves and Naturaliste Reptile Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Busselton 70.3 - Race Day

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on May 02, 2015

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    ... park for a shower and rest before heading back in to town for our triathlon dinner and awards presentation. Dinner was a smorgasbord and pretty damn good, as much as you wanted to eat followed by sticky date pudding. I got to go up on stage and get my third place trophy, a rather nice piece of glassware to take home. We headed off home early as I was exhausted, didn't sleep much the previous night, too ...

    Day 2: Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by emzie_june on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... look-out). Our day was jam-packed full of tastings today. We started at KoffeeWorks, where Josh sampled some coffee (even one from Nimbin!) and bought himself a plunger to spare himself from drinking the free instant coffee in the accommodation. We then headed towards Vasse Felix and Juniper Wineries for some tastings. After a quick detour through Dunsborough to get fuel, we hit the final vineyard for the day in Deep Woods, where ...

    Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by thehardys on Oct 31, 2014

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    ... hard and unfair on the kids. This winery had a big grass area for kids to run around while we finished our meals, sticky asian ribs and raw kingfish salad. Very nice, the bottle of wine wasn't bad either. And next we hit Margaret River Chocolate Factory, I was in heaven. The chocolate was amazing, the kids went a bit crazy too. Let's just say there was no change out of $100. Next stop the Margaret River Dairy Co., all my favourite things in a day. Bodie has now decided he loves cheese ...

    Campervanning the South

    A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... of $25 per day you pay the first $ 2500 damage yourself and you are not insured for broken wind screens. There are a lot of kangaroos on the road this time of year, so it is worth taking the extra insurance. ( Sure, I have traveled about10.000 km in Australia now and have not seen one kangaroo yet, a few dead wallabies on the road, but they are quiet small and don't do much damage to cars, especially when you have bull bars on the bumpers). So, no thanks. ...

    On The Road: Margaret River

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... and the sea was as smooth as a baby's bottom, until we left the harbour. That's when I got my naval lesson of the day: the difference between a wave and a swell. When you're on land, waves are piddly little things that break against the shore. Swells are huge rafts of water that break against the shore and then sweep you out to sea (probably never to be seen again). Guess what we were riding? The boat pitched up and down like a see-saw. I usually have good sea legs, but ...