Margaret River Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... lot of the farm has been subdivided for housing and developed by Zeb's family, and more blocks are still being developed. The original homestead has been renovated and added-to and is now a wedding/convention centre, all set in gorgeous gardens. It's amazing what has been done when you see the photos of how the old place was.
From here we took a drive through the Tuart Forest, and on the way back into Busselton stopped at yet another cheese factory. The cheese places have all ...
... I'd filmed it, it was hilarious. I thought he'd been stung by a stingray but noooo. Coming back from the beach, he was jogging up the small sand track when he stopped dead as his next step would have been on a snake. First it was as big as his arm span, then as big as the windscreen until finally he settled on 6 ft. "I nearly died" is all he could say. It was hard to hear over my uncontrollable laughter. We where later told that the snake encountered was a venomous dugite snake. Paul ...
... to go for a walk and stretch our legs, so we take the short walk through the caravan park to the river. We take a stroll along the bank of the river down to the bridge and then leisurely stroll back to the van. We're just sitting outside enjoying the warmth of the afternoon sun, when the tour bus owned and run by the caravan park arrives back from a day out. As the ...
... bed is comfortable and the bathroom is modern. We dumped our bags and walked 15 mins down the road into town for dinner at the Settlers Tavern which was a large bistro and bar. Food was excellent, plus a massive wine and beer choice which is what we've been expecting in this corner of Australia. We're only here one night so tomorrow we have a 4 hour drive around the coast to Denmark, ...
... touring around a selection of great wineries and other alcohol producing establishments. Linda from New Zealand was our tour guide and she was fantastic. Her enthusiasm and knowledge was brilliant and made the day such a success. After picking up a few other people, we had a full minibus and we headed off. Our first stoop was at the Evans Tate winery and featured an introduction on how to taste wine. We were all encouraged to use phrases like ...