Broadwater Beach Resort Busselton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... mother was quite smart and her husband quite overweight with not a lot going for him. I got a right shock when the husband sat down with the little boy and pulled his top up to reveal boobs and then start breast feeding the little boy. Weird – I presume they were lesbians and she had taken the role to look like a man.
It was such a lovely sunny but cool day I decided to travel on to Albany.
... and hit the road about
9.30am, with the canoes strapped to their roof and in the back of the
Prado. We headed to Meelup Bay first, as this
is normally one of the Sparke’s favourite sheltered beaches…. Unfortunately,
today it was very choppy with decent sized waves! Canoeing was out of the question, here! It was a beautiful bay, gorgeous green water
and brown rocks perfect for rock-hopping on either side, and some ...
... significance of Cape Naturaliste is it’s the name of the delicious Shiraz we found. Oh, I don’t believe I mentioned that we are in the popular wine region known as Margaret River - funny how that happened. Many wineries and several delicious wines to be found here.
I’m sorry for friends and family back at home dealing with winter’s wrath. I have to admit I’d ...
... were very beautiful and as part of the Gourmet Escape the winery was hosting a dinner in their dining room that night for 200 people at $150.00 per head and it sold out in 15 mins.
The gourmet village opening hours were between 11.00am and 5.00pm on the weekend and according to the weather forecast Saturday was going to be the better of the two days. Gordon and Janet had made the big move from Yallingup to ...
... always on the up and up. We quickly dropped off our stuff at our chalet in Margaret River before driving 9km west to Prevelly Beach, which in my opinion is one of the prettiest places I have ever watched the sunset. It was a windy but warm evening, and the beach was basically empty except for a few young people fishing and a handful of others who had also come for sundowners. And the sun did not disappoint; it not only set but produced a full theatrical ensemble of beautiful colors with ...