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If you drive just past Cape Bouvard Winery you will find a car park near Lake Clifton. If you take the 600m walk you will be richly rewarded with photo opportunities of an ancient life form known as Thrombolites.
About 2,000 years old Thrombolites look...More
Absolutely lovely little winery .
The owner John and Larissa are a lovely couple who really specialize in fruit wines and olives.
Friendly and chatty and generous tasting portions.
We got white port, mango wine and two containers of olives.
Thank you again .
On a wet day, we ventured down to see these mysterious thrombolites.
The drive down from Perth was perilous because of the heavy rain but otherwise, it would have been fine.
We arrived to the site hoping for a break in the weather and it...More
Very interesting to see these ancient things. It is an easy boardwalk with good info on how these rock like things have been formed. Just south of Perth, visit it when you are heading south, small detour.
Beautiful natural park located about 20-30 minutes from Mandurah. Use your gps to avoid getting lost.
Features the beautiful and amazing thrombolites - living 'rocks' that only feature in a few other places around the world.
There are some walking trails - watch out for...More
Read some article in Wiki about the thrombolite and found out the place called Lake Cliffton. On the way to Bunbury, we havd a break in Lake Cliffton to see the thrombolites. To our supprise, they are amazing. Very easy to access, and the area...More