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... is an old "fire look out" for the area and can be climbed to a top platform 53 metres up..no safety measures here..just a bit of chicken wire to protect those brave enough to climb it. Geoff and Cameron didn't hesitate and were up there in a flash...and Jeremy with a bit of encouragement got all the way to the top as well. I was happy to wait at the bottom with Nicholas this time!
Finally on to Busselton ...
... of the tour we think we had eaten around $7 worth of chocolate, which was the cost of a packet of the mini buttons. Funny enough we did not feel the need to purchase anything here!
We moved onto the Cheese Factory and tried several different kinds. We purchased a creamy cheddar, which was delicious with our lunch for the next couple of days.
Our final stop for the day was The Cheeky Monkey Brewery. You could purchase a tasting ...
I left Pemberton at 7 am. Sam had kindly put me in touch with his friends Andrew and Christine, who had offered to ride out with me for the first 40 km or so from town. It was great to have a bit of company, as well as having guides with knowledge of the local area so I didn't have to worry about navigating too much! They were a really interesting pair - Andrew was a GP locus who had studied in Scotland and worked in all sorts of places before returning to his native Western Australia, ...
... Staying at a station called Fossil Downs for four nights. Robyn's brother John and sister in law Jenny live there. Homestead Tour We have set up camp and boy what an adventure station life is....the ownerAnnette has taken udon a tour of all the buildings..boy is there some history here. The station first was settled back in the 1800s when three brothers the McDonalds ventured across from NSW bringing with them 3000 head of cattle, it journey took 3 years to o.. Loosing ...
... Lisa have been to Margaret River many times, and they always rent a house, but it's always a different one, so they never know what exactly they'll be getting. We turned into a bright red dirt driveway that curved around and went up and down-so much so that it felt like we should be in a 4-wheel drive. As we rounded the corner and climbed the last hill, we saw the house-a cute bungalow styled house with a wrap-around porch, known as a Queensland ...
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