Margaret River Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... which was added to by the introduction of the vineyards and it's associated industries.
One of the first caves open was the Mammoth cave it is a self guided tour which you can do at your own pace listening to the audio guide ...
So we saw lots of trees and we made our way to one called the bicentennial tree which is 75m. This may be the one Nathan and Justine climbed when on a NCYC trip to Perth years ago.A young man was just on his way down after completing the climb which looked pretty dangerous to me Not much health and safety going on here! We got talking to him and 2 girls who were all from France and on their way from Adelaide to Cairns where they will stop and work for a while. They told ...
... and Matt and I thought we should do the right thing and sample some wines.. Very happy.. On leaving, the waitress gave Ruby some left over asparagus and brocolini and told her that the horse on the property 'Slim' will come over for the food if you call her. For your viewing pleasure, I have attached the video of how that worked out.. Off to perth tmw for 3 nights.. ...
... We weren't prepared to pay 50 dollars each, or whatever it was, to go to the top of the lighthouse. Instead of climbing the lighthouse we made our way down to the water across rocks and hung out for awhile, took some pictures, then went to Hamlin Bay. I had fun climbing the rocks and walking around the water.
Hamlin Bay is a beautiful beach were I once again, took a nap. I am getting very good at falling asleep on beaches. Also at ...
... to walk downhill towards Davies Road. The beautiful Karri Forest starts to emerge and the temperature dropped a little as we started to get deeper into the Karri Forest. This part of the track is a pleasure to walk through and such a contrast to the morning's tough beach section. We saw plenty of groups along this section, which is quite wide - lucky because we saw our second snake here making a quick getaway off the sides of the track! We decided to have a 10min rest (well up ...