hopping back on the bus and Disco got a little excited with the bush-tucker tasting plates…
… as you can imagine I don’t actually have many of the wine tasting tour as we were enjoying the scenery and of course the wine! The Sandalford Winery was really beautiful…
To wash down a day of wine tasting must be followed by a refreshing stop at Duckstein Brewery. I went for the sampling plate of the selection of delish German beers. The boys went for the pints!
The next morning we all rolled out of our beds and drove to the stunning Bunkers Bay for breakkie and an early morning dip. The photos speak for itself.
|I have to say that this is one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever visited. I would much rather plop here for a week then head to Thailand or Bali. A real moment where I was very happy and grateful to call the mighty Australia home!|
Revigorated and starving we hit the Bunkers Bay Beach Cafe (the little building in the background of this piccie!) for a truly fabulous breakfast, sitting on the veranda a couple of dolphins came to play in the bay (they were too quick for camera shots)
We hopped back in the car en route to Busselton and infamous Busselton Jetty a 1.8km pier which juts out into the bay. We paid our $2 to take a good stroll up and down the jetty. It is definitely worth it and really beautiful.
|(image courtesy of pinterest)
Dawsons Creek anyone?! Right at the end of the jetty there is this awesome underwater viewing deck where you manage to see an incredible abundance of ocean life. Unfortunately I had only one reasonable shot.
It was our last day in The WA and we definitely had to make the most of it.
Before the end of the day we had to watch one last gorgeous sunset.
Hope you enjoyed. WA we will be back. What a truly amazing place to visit.