Aqua Resort Busselton Accommodation
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... and of course a Peter's Ice Pole! Come late afternoon, Sarah planted the seed of treating ourselves to a beer on the beach. Chris naturally agreed and went to the general store to purchase a couple of VB's. We strolled home with the sun setting behind us and cooked dinner whilst a possum ran around on the kitchen roof.
Later, Chris was woken in the night by a hissing sound. It was a blustery night and it felt like something was moving ...
... we visited the Busselton Jetty and waterfront, the Busselton beach and did a day trip to Donnybrook where they have one of the best playgrounds I have ever seen. All the kids had a great time here. Ian took Craig and the girls out fishing twice. They caught a Dhufish, calamari and Sarah caught her very first edible fish, a Skippy. We all enjoyed them that evening.
There were tears when we left all around.
Southern region WA This is my solo sit on a 50 acre farm with vineyards and I'm looking after two thoroughbred horses and 1 cat and 1 dog. It's been a quite and active sit. I'm more capable then I know I've dealt with water pumps, wheel burrowing horse poo and the regular feeds and grooming and caring for a diabetic horse whom is also laminitic so it's been full on. My hair was like straw after a week of not washing as I figure I'm out in a paddock with dust why wash it? ...
... 1.8 kilometres out of Geographe Bay and is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It was constructed in 1865 and horse drawn wagons carried timber and farm products to ships bringing goods and passengers to the district. The railway jetty was opened in 1911. After more than a century of use and servicing over 5000 vessels, the jetty officially closed as a port in 1973.
We then had a look at St Mary's ...
... had and interesting conversation regarding micro breweries with the owner. Mick you would love it.
Next onto Bootleg Brewery where you can purchase the odd 6 pack of brewed beers. Then onto Deep Knees in Margaret River Winery to purchase a few bottles to take home.
Off to the pub tonight for a nice meal other than home cooked for a change.
Tomorrow we are on the road again heading towards Albany. This is truely the start of coming home.