Margaret River Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Bootleg Brewery for lunch (Mick had the Scotch Filet steak sandwich and a couple of pints of apple cider, whilst Wendy dined out on a Pumpkin and Feta Tart and a coke (designated driver)!!
After our yummy late lunch it was time to head back to Aero, who was still sleeping, but as always he was happy to see us and have another huge run in the sheep paddocks.
Well tomorrow (Tuesday 14 Apr)we head north to ...
... of Day 3. We found it easier to navigate through the campground the second time and we picked up where we left off the previous afternoon.
The first section leaving Contos Campground was fairly flat and you cross through some 4WD tracks before an amazing view of the ocean emerges. This was my favourite view of the track so far. The beautiful blue colours of the ocean against the orange sand track, the green scrub and the white limestone ...
... for a special treat - once a mouse, another time KFC! It was amazing to see, we were very glad that we'd risked the little bit of rain to see Ivy and the kites. From the eagle sanctuary we went back to tasting. First some tastings at a venison farm, and then we went to Miller's ice creamery! I had double chocolate gelato followed by scones and cream. Russell had mint choc chip ice cream, followed by more ice cream! (A triple flavour one this time, ...
... smooth by the sea. The only downside of our visit to this part of the coast was the millions of flies that decided to join us. It must be fly breeding season, I have never seen or swatted so many bloody flies! We walked to one headland and by the time we got back to the car our backs were covered with sticky flies, they get in your ears, behind your sunnies and are queued up at the car door when you get back. No amount of insect repellent makes a ...
... It really is indescribable and the photos give you a little taste of some of things we saw and I will never again think of a cave as being boring. The lady did turn all the lights off at one stage and you cannot see your hand in front of your face. Total absence of light. It was one tour we had no regrets taking and the lady knew her stuff. That evening we wanted to go and watch the ...