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... You can't visit Margaret River without visiting a winery or two and the best way is with a tour, let someone else do the driving. Our tour included lunch, 3 wineries, a venison farm, cheese and chocolate factory and finished the day off at a brewery. We also checked out the famous Margaret River Surfers Point, Cape Naturalist Lighthouse as well as some of the coastal towns.
One more stop before we arrive in Perth.
... one of the caverns had a lake of water through it. The water table in the area has dropped about two metres since then, and the tour now continues on directly through where the lake used to be. It's a hugely impressive cave, made beautiful by all the natural formations. Being in a group of a dozen or so probably made it feel less impressive in a way, but it had its bonuses as well, as the tour guide also controlled the lights, operating ...
... to go with our Kangaroo lunch. Smoked Kangaroo is dark, rich and very lean. Those that aren't road kill **** only ozone friendly gasses into the air and its cheaper than beef - we should be eating more. We regretfully ate the cute and revengefully tried the crocodile, if a chicken and a pig produced off spring this would be it, very tasty when smoked: like bacon, better even than the Roo. The brewery's pourings weren't included and we paid just $11 for a taster strip. ...
Wow, what a day we have had. First we visited the jetty to see if the under water observatory was open. Unfortunately it was not, they do not open unless the under water conditions are suitable and you get to see ok. Today that was not the case so we will recheck later before we head off. Our next point of call was to head towards Cape Naturaliste. On the way through we were passing Dunborough where they have added a new up-market subdivision which is ...
... and the Pemberton Caravan Park for the night, $32 p.n. with power. Only 18* today and I predict a chilly night ahead as we are surrounded by forest. Saturday August 16th...happy birthday Julie! A cloudy and cold start to the day and I'm wearing my explorer socks and cooking porridge to warm me up. After a quick visit to the information centre, we made a beeline to the infamous Gloucester Tree. The Gloucester Tree is a giant karri tree in the ...