Smiths Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we drove out to find the Swooping Magpie Winery. The sole reason for visiting was because of the name, we weren't particularly interested in their wines, more interested in how the winery got its name. We were the only customers at the cellar door and the proprietor had plenty of time to tell his story. When he was building his house a magpie would come and swoop him when the house had walls but no windows and no roof – must have been an aggressive ...
... on the tyres ( for 1 weeks hire?). Don't drive on gravel roads- can understand that. Don't topple over (yeah right). All fines need to be paid immediately, if we have to do that for you we charge $ 300 processing fee. Refill the petrol tank, if we need to do that we charge $3 per liter, petrol price here about half that. refill the gas bottle, if we have to do that it costs... extra. Wash and clean the car before you bring it back. If you do not take out an ...
I get the weekends off work, so this weekend a few car loads of us went to have a look at Yallingup a small seaside resort not far from Dunsborough. Another lovely bit of coast here with some pretty ferocious waves. It has a big sandy beach with rocky outcrops reaching into the sea which the waves come crashing down on. We climbed out onto the rocks and the power in the waves was scary I've never seen waves like that before as I ...
... a big belly that she loved having tickled. Maggie wobbled over to us in the open kitchen. We had no food to offer her, but Sarah had the gift of her voice (hee hee) and believing it was just the three of us in the kitchen, burst into a rendition of Rod Stewarts "Wake up,Maggie". Unfortunately, she didn't realise there was a bemused German man standing behind her!
Maggie looked like she was suffering in the heat, and so we taught her how to drink from the tap, ...
... world! We pushed on to Lake Cave, the temperature hitting 36degrees I though this would be a good time to get underground! Whilst waiting for the tour I had the now obligatory iced coffee and Alex had a frozen coffee paper filtered. The cave was pretty awesome, thankfully Alex agreed to the biggest caves so I didn't get claustrophobic (though that didn't stop him forcing me through a fake tunnel in the information ...