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Travel Blogs from Yallingup
After setting up camp we ventured across the road to the Caves Hotel, where a night market was set up. What a fantastic idea being able to parouze around the market with a beer in hand, particularly because they sold Little Creatures pale ale! It was a very cute little night market with jewellery and nick-nak stalls, many having travelled from nearby Dunsborough. We were actually very restrained and didn't get a beer in, but ventured back to the campsite to cook up ...
... and made our first purchases.
The second stop was Knotting Hill Estate, another beautiful vineyard, where I managed to get stung by a bee (in my foot) even before the wine tasting kicked off. A friendly bar worker had her son bring over a remedy and after a few glasses of wine (tasting!) I had forgotten all about it.
The bushtucker lunch we had after that surely banned all thoughts of bees from my head as we not got served crocodile and kangaroo ...
... br> We watched the Melbourne Cup at the nearby Caves Hotel which
had a really cool beer garden with a ping pong table so all the kids and Dads
were entertained. With so many of us- 13 adults and 16 kids there was enough to
warrant organising the traditional Melbourne Cup sweep and we all enjoyed a
laugh when the couple who never really follow the “race that stops the nation”
took home the winning prize money.
We hung out ...
... north), come to car park ,walk along road 20 metres, track off to right, takes you along the edge of beach when it’s high tide.
Everybody’s warning us about snakes, lying on the path, lazy and full of venom.. but still haven't seen one.
From Canal Rocks to the steps at Quininup took to 11am, basically from steps all the way easy walking along ...
... shrouding the view. We decided that we'd come back here another day when hopefully it isn't raining. We left Injidup with torrential rain being blown in swathes across the road. We continued our journey to Busselton in wet and windy conditions. We stocked up in Woolies and then headed back to the caravan park where we holed up all snug and cosy and chilled for the rest of the day. ...