Tuesday, 3 June 2014


It was wet, wet, wet when we stayed at Busselton. We have not seen so much rain for a long time. A drive around the district was the best way to get about between showers. Busselton is a nice town on the coast in Geographe Bay. The pathway along the beach goes forever and is a great way to walk Beemer. It is a very busy walkway with people walking, running and cycling in all weathers and times. The wharf is very long but because it is not dog friendly we didn't do the walk.

The park and Wharf at Busselton
A trip through Dunsborough to Yallingup to see Cape Naturaliste was really good. The coastline is very pretty with rocky coastline and sandy beaches.

Augusta is not far so a day out was great. It is a quiet little town with a nice walk around the inlet. It was strange to see the back yards of the houses open onto the walkway.
We were not very impressed with Bunbury as it is a busy city. We prefer smaller towns that go a bit slower. There is a Rotary Lookout which gives you a 360° view of the city and coastline.

Bunbury from the Rotary Lookout


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