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... wild and lonesome place this would have been for the last 120 years. It is the point where the indian and southern oceans meet and its pretty wild. After the tour we had lunch in Augusta and then headed back to Margaret River.
This evening we found an absolute jewel of a restaurant called Swings, owned by a local winery. They had all local wines and beer on tap and a wonderful tapas menu. We had a great evening there and on a very chilly night we ...
... Skippy Rock is located a few k's from the lighthouse and we decided that would be the perfect place to set up for lunch. Who needs fancy restaurants with fancy views? This is cheaper and better by far.
We went for a walk along the track to the remote beaches which were, simply, spectacular.
Next we had to find a base for the night. There were a couple of spots we were going to try. Second spot had room for Vincent and the crew of two. Conto Camp is really ...
... Yabby Farm, $25 p.n. with power. Tuesday August 19th We woke to a chilly and rainy day in Esperance. Decided to catch up on our washing as the machine is free at the Yabby Farm. We took our wet washing down to the local laundromat to dry it and found a dryer that worked for free...double bonus!! Esperance is very picturesque nestled on the shores of Esperance Bay and veritably glistened as it poured the sunshine on after lunch. We followed the Tourist ...
... just unplugged it and plugged it in again! Free. I bet if they had changed the filter as well it would have been a lot more! Not very friendly either. Kevin had a problem with a tooth on his bridge...so we went to a dental technician and he said he could fix it in three hours. So, we shopped, Kevin got a new book, filled up with fuel using the fuel voucher from shopping ...still cost $183! Picked up his bridge and back to camp. We were thinking of going to a brewery where they ...
Our objective was to reach Bunbury as we edge our way closer to Perth. We've decided to slow things down a bit because we've book a site in Perth for the WA Easter holidays. Every caravan park, national park, farm stay ... etc... will be booked out during the Easter school holidays and Perth is our best bet for a place to stay as holiday makers will be travelling out of Perth for their last chance at some sun and surf before winter. At least that's my theory. Anyway, we've got ...