Margaret River – Day 4

We head for Margaret River Farmers Market early in the morning. It was hassle and bustle when we arrives at the market. Probably it was too early, Jaydon had a tummy ache. So while the rest is enjoying the time at the market. Daddy and Jaydon spend their time at the toilet talking to each other 😦

Next stop – We wanted to visit the Lake Cave. However, on advise by the counter staffs of steep walking and numerous stairs, she recommended to us to visit Mammoth Cave instead. So 5 mins drive down the road, we were at Mammoth Cave.

The walk in the cave was easy, with a few flights of stairs. However, we were not told that there is a long flights of stairs out of the cave!

To head back to the visitor center, we had to cross a road.

Across the road, there are 2 paths we could take to head back to the visitor center. We chose the longer track.

Along the way we found some interesting Flora and Fauna.

After the work that we put in tracking and walking, we are ready for a hearty meal. We drove 20 mins across town to Colonial Brewing Co. Coming here, beer is a must. Since we were unable to make up our mind, we ordered a sampler tray of beers to try.

Colonial Brewing Co grounds are huge. it is situated next to a lake and huge field where the kids can have their fun.

Jaydon enjoy himself with the kids

There is a small veg farm in Colonial Brewing Co. We would assume that they got their veg from here.

We went for ice cream at Millers Ice Creamery which is nearby to  Colonial Brewing Co.

With the hearty lunch at Colonial Brewing Co and a load of ice cream at Millers, some workout is necessary.

There is a huge playground at Millers which Jaydon cannot resist having some fun at the swing.

We had to do the usual tourist thing by visiting The Margaret River Chocolate Company and later in the day to Margaret River Providore.

We end the day by heading to Canal Rocks @ Yallingup. It was a good fine. Nice little rocks by side of Yallingup beach.

Uncle and Jaydon have a little adventure by climbing down the rocks.

One thing cool about Canal Rocks, photo opportunity at every turn.

 

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