It’s winter and what a beautiful time it is here in the southwest. If you need a few ideas of things to do let us help you out.
If you’ve remembered to pack a big warm coat perhaps a breathtaking Whale Watching Cruise will tempt you. Tours are currently departing from Augusta daily (weather permitting) and will move up to Busselton and Dunsborough in about September. You’ll want to keep your camera poised as Humpback Whales break the surface of the water with a pectrol or tail slap, spyhop or breach.
For the movie lovers out there, Busselton has a three screen cinema, including one 3D screen. Orana Cinema is open seven days a week and is located in the centre of Busselton so you can browse through the shops or find a nice spot for a coffee or meal after the show.
Take the stress out of seeing the region with a fully escorted Winery Tour. Most of the tour operators will pick you up from Mandalay Reception and drop you back to the door of your accommodation or site at the end of the day. Indulge in wine tastings at several wineries, visit the cheese factory, a chocolate factory and enjoy a platter style lunch. Bookings can be made at Mandalay reception.
If the clouds take the day off then why not get adventurous and experience a horse ride through lush, green bushland. Mirravale Riding School is towards Yallingup or Jesters Flat is near Margaret River. Both offer something to suit all ages and levels of experience.
And of course, here at Mandalay we have an enclosed Games Room and an undercover Heated Swimming Pool to enjoy all year round.
So you see! There’s no need to sit at home feeling trapped by winter weather. The south west is truly a beautiful sight during the winter months. Check out the Special Deals section of our website or contact us to ask about the best price we can offer you for an unforgettable stay at Mandalay.
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Geographe Bay Race Week. 70 yachts registered for regattas on the calm crystal clear waters of Geographe Bay pic.twitter.com/9DGCDW0bGG