Margaret River Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 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 ...
... to direct from behind and tell me when to duck and lean left or right, and the bugger slept through it all! Bodie especially loved it as he is into his precious rocks so much. Next we dropped into Hamelin Bay to see if the stingrays where swimming in the shallows. We parked in the car park and Paul decided to go and check if there were any there first. He returned 5 mins, running the fastest I have ever seen him, things in hand, white as a ghost with a look of sheer terror on his face. ...
... s very informative and we decide that tomorrow we will do a self drive to a couple of wineries and breweries. I do the usual ring around to find out if any of the 3 caravan parks have vacancies. I luck out with the first, but am successful with the second, which as it turns out is just 1km up the road from where we are currently parked. After we've checked in we park and set up, ...
... which is a coastal town with a 2km pier. The sun was starting to set as we sat overlooking the water but we still had another 50km to go to get to the motel. When we arrived at the Edge of the Forest motel, it was dark but check in was quick and efficient by a lovely guy who I assume was the owner. The room is more like a cosy log cabin (albeit) made with bricks but it is ...
... where we are camped now. Lots of kangaroos around, gum trees and apparently there used to be a Buddhist commune here. Only 10 sites, with each one a separate clearing in the bush. Staying tonight while we explore Bunbury, then on to Perth. We did go to the Leschnault estuary, and walked right along the rock wall. There were lots of cormorants on the little man made islands. A fisherman arrived as we were leaving. He said he caught fish from the very end of the ...