Broadwater Beach Resort Busselton
Travel Blogs from Busselton
... a workout going up and down the stairs. We then went and had lunch at Eagle Bay Brewery, it has such a lovely view over rolling hills and paddocks, and would have been awesome sitting outside having a beer/ cider while the kids played but the weather had other ideas. We then got back to the caravan park in time for the footy to start. The kids got to play on some of the playground and the jumping pillow in ...
... prosperous locations. Busselton has canals - fresh water drains - built to evacuate flood waters from the rivers into the ocean. We decided to give one of the canals a shot. I cast my line and felt I had caught something but it seemed very slow at the end of my line. I slowly reel it in and a large blue swimmer crab (the locals call them Blue Manna Crabs) was enjoying my bait. 10 minutes later it happened again so we decided to throw our crab net in. To make a long ...
... over the rocks too. Then a seagull saw
there was food, and joined in. All the beaches along Ganthume bay, have
turquoise water, soft sand and are lovely!!! We went on to Pavelly beach,
near Margaret River, where Paul and I had stayed previously. Good coffee
stop. Getting used to other strange names like Yallingup. There was a sombre
mood as we went on to Cowramup Bay and Gracetown, scene of recent fatal
shark attack. We watched about ...
Ronnie and I go to watch Geoff practice polocrosse. LIke polo, but with lacrosse sticks. It looks good fun, but very fast, you have to be good rider and able to catch and throw the ball with the net thing. The rules are similar to hockey, but as I was never any good at hockey I'm not quite sure how it works, they all seem to enjoy it and kids men and women all play on the same team.
Heavy rain overnight again and it continued early into the morning so we had to run between things for a while.
Headed first to the Busselton Museum just down the road which is said to be the biggest outside of Perth I presume because of the number of items on display for there were litterally thousands of things in probably 8 or so buildings that used to be the South West Butter Factory a very famous brand for many years.
So there was of course many items from that ...