Abbey Beach Resort
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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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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Monday 23 March 2015 – Busselton WA – 347 kms
Farewells all round to Katie, Tom and Chris and off again on the return trip to Sydney. Only about 5,000kms to go. I visited Busselton Pier on Andy and Julie’s recommendation and it lived up to all expectations. Great beach, Longest Jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at 1,826 metres. The only longer one is Southend Jetty in England at just ...
... very popular for a variety of birds and the odd kangaroo. We had 5 kookaburras in the tree above our caravan one morning, 3 babies, mum and dad all waiting for a feed.
One of the biggest weekends in the Margaret River area is the Gourmet Escape weekend and we had fluked the timing and happened to be there at the right time. The three day foodies heaven showcases WA's fresh produce, gourmet delicacies and of course ...
... Fremantle and Port Aderlaide that were playing) so headed back to our caravan. Sunday: The weather today has deteriorated from yesterday, with cloudy skies and light rain. Today we are going on a wine tour. This was courtesy of the people we helped out in the Bungles, a few weeks ago. We helped,them change their flat tyre and they were so appreciative that they invited us to join them on a wine tour, (they operate a wine tour company "Taste The ...
... sustain us through the rest of our trip. We also learned that Madfish wine is named after Madfish Bay near Denmark (a town in SW Australia, on our itinerary a few days later), where the ocean waves crash into each other from two opposing directions, sending the fish splashing up into the air at high tide (which apparently makes them mad?). The aboriginals used to take advantage of this natural phenomenon to procure fish quite easily, which almost certainly would have made the fish mad, ...
Quick update- Wednesday - went whale watching, from a marina near Busselton, brilliant. Saw a mother and baby hump back whale, they stayed near the boat for quite a while. Saw the fins and tail quite a few times
Busselton is fab small town with the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. The beach is gorgeous, we have a sandwich and drink in the shade. WE see a baby possum asleep in a sling in ...