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Sep 20, 2016 - UPDATE NOTES Day 98

Hi All, A few days in Fremantle (near Perth) gave us a bit of time to do some things, to the get a wheel alignment on the car, stock up on the shopping and visit some sights here that we always wanted to see. In Perth the major park is Kings Park which overlooks the city and would you believe has lots of flowers which of course we visited. The park is huge and getting a car park was very very hard. We ultimately succeeded and were not disappointed in the result. We visited the Fremantle Goal which closed for business in its intended form in...

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Mar 21, 2014 - Kojonup

After breakfast we did a bike ride along the coast to Cottlesloe Beach to see the Sculptures by the Sea. We photographed only a few. There were so many unusual pieces! We packed the car and drove down to a small farming community, Kojonup. This was a 3 hour drive. Kojonup is 256 km south-east of Perth, Western Australia along Albany Highway. The name Kojonup is believed to refer to the "Kodja" or stone axe made by Indigenous Australians from the local stone. The farmers grow wheat and other cereal crops. There are also sheep farms. The farm...

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Oct 19, 2011 - Kojonup

Esperance to Kojonup Kojonup is 243kms from Dunsborough. The trip from Esperance to Kojonup, being 502kms in length, was our single longest leg of the entire trip, but wasn’t nearly as boring as we had anticipated. In fact, the constant changing of the scenery made for an interesting and varied trip. The countryside initially comprised mainly agricultural farmlands, with wheat, canola and sheep in abundance. Once in the region around Ravensthorpe the mainly flat terrain was replaced by hilly areas and the farmlands were replaced by natural...

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