Margarets Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Margaret River
No vineyards in this piece of the world, just the Beach and South America if you can swim well enough.
Conner and I decided to take a trip because we don't start work until Wednesday (May 30). We had been told we had to go to Margaret River, which is about a 3 hour drive south from Perth. So we booked it with a travel agent and got a couple tours too. So we left on Friday afternoon and drove down. When we got there we went to the beach to swim in …
... was absolutely no evidence of roo poo anywhere which made us suspicious of the caravan park's claims. Just as well really as Kangapoo Raker wasn't here to flick it away! Perhaps the wildlife were creeped out by this place too. We didn't even hear any birds. They had however promised peace and true to their word we had a lovely peaceful night. The only sound we heard was the rain tinkling down on the roof. We had done the right thing by not going to Conto Campground tonight. ...
... Leeuwin Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in mainland Australia which sheds light on the rocky coast where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet. Built between 1895-96, it was hoped that it would prevent the shipwrecks that kept occurring. As of today, there have been 27 off the southwestern tip of Australia. All of the original limestone is still visible, and the only modifications have been the addition of electricity-with a few colorful coats of paint to make ...
... there is limited housing so house prices have risen drastically. They can't build them fast enough. There is even talk about a separate visa for other australians 'Strangers' (as the bus driver said!) to have some sort of visa to work and live in W.A. Random fact 60% of women working in the mines in Busselton are over 60 years old. No such thing as retired only semi-retired! Anyhow the first stop ...
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