Abbey Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbey Beach Resort Busselton
I like this hotel very very much ...people working in hotel very polite and helpful....nice to stay coz the room facilities very good
good for staying .......
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The trusty mechanic, along with a little bit of help and probably some hindrance from me, has been working hard to get Movely ready for us to go on Thursday 10th. We even had a dry run and camped out in Dawns' front yard - even the bad weather couldn't deter us. For various reasons departure date kept getting put off until Sunday 13th.
... her choice of activities also - such as enjoying a stroll and lunch at Laurance Winery.
We left Laurance Winery satisfied and kept heading north visiting the coast line along the way. Busselton is less than 50 kms from Margaret River township and could be considered the gateway to the Margaret River region. Our intentions were to stop and take a walk on the 1.8km long Jetty before hitting the road again but as we were driving into Busselton we noticed that ...
... dolphins swim up to us and right underneath - wow, just fab. WE see them playing and rolling over.
Have some lunch, v nice café called the Dome, Koombana Bay. Drive up to the Ferguson Valley and stop at a winery. Get to taste some lovely wines and buy a bottle of unwooded c******nay.
On the way home stops at a friend's house to look at a baby kangaroo that she is hand raising as it's mother ...
... when asked why they did such a walk - " for the hell of it " was the reply , for those reading this blog you may not know that one of our keen rider companions ( Paul Haig ) has named our Road Captain ( Martin Hesketh ) Nature Boy ( NB for short ) and Martin was very interested in the nature side of this walk , maybe another time Martin.
From Cape Leeuwin we turned North and travelled back though Hamelin Bay and then into Prevelly ...
... there, chatting to all 3 generations of her family, drinking even more wine as we now knew how to order something we actually liked! While the boys were now enjoying having pints of beer finally and we had dinner. We even took James' pepper challenge where you are given 10 peppers, some of which are normal while others have been soaked in spices to make them extra hot! Either we are a hardcore bunch or we got sold 10 mild ones as none of us started gasping for water!!