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Perth Day One To Three

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Taking the midnight flight….

It is a 3.5-hour drive to our accomodation for the first three days, and Hubby is our only driver, so we take a break at the biggest free entry playground in Australia!

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Apple Fun Park at Donnybrook. It’s a big lovely playground, but so sunny at 9am!

Our home for the next three days is Pemberton Farm Chalets. We choose the four-bedroom chalet as there are seven of us including my parents-in-law. It is spacious and comes with a fully-equipped kitchen. But there is only one bathroom.

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It is actually brighter than it looks in the photo

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The kids spend most of their time drawing and reading at the dining table since we don’t switch on the tv anyway.

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Our 8-seater : )

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The farm has animals of course but it is not a working farm, so there are not that many animals.

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There is supposed to be a feeding session in the morning, but we didn’t see anyone around when we came out at the stated time. Can feed the animals on our own anytime though.

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The chalets shown here are the 2-bedroom ones, right in front of the pasture. Our chalet is more secluded, a few minutes’ stroll away.

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On Day 2, we visited the Gloucester Tree.

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The Cascades. Nice place but not spectacular…

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Lunch at Hidden River Estate Winery

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Many sheep outside the winery

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The Ngs 😀

We have a very leisurely itinerary, so it’s a good thing the farm has quite a few things to entertain the kids.

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Day 3 We took the Pemberton Tram through the forest

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Lunch at Lavender and Berry Farm. We choose to dine outdoors to enjoy the scenery while the kids play.

Hmmm, does our trip sound a bit boring so far? Sigh…. ya, indeed it is not very exciting. Anyway I shall do up the posts for the remaining days before I pen down some of my thoughts on the trip.

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