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    A peaceful rural property on the edge of the beautiful tall timber forests in the South West of Western Australia, Diamond Forest Cottages is a perfect holiday retreat in a relaxed rural setting. The changing seasonal beauty of the rural landscape ensures that Diamond Forest Cottages is a picturesque escape at any time of year. The property offers guests a choice of holiday: an active escape to discover the great outdoors around Pemberton and Manjimup; an affordable family farm stay holiday in the ... Read more comfort and privacy of a quaint home away from home; or simply a relaxing break to renew the spirit and rejuvenate the body. On arrival you will settle in to the privacy and rustic ambience of one of the four fully self contained western red cedar cottages which feature reverse cycle air conditioning, modern kitchen facilities, comfortable beds and picturesque views. Now you start to soak up the ambience... the scent of wood smoke on the cool evening air; the night-time symphony of sound; the ...

    AdventureWorks WA inspires change through adventure. AdventureWorks generate and facilitate specialised programs that inspire personal growth and guide participants to realise their potential. Our vision is to challenge people to make an IMPACT.

    • P O Box 74, 550 Waterhatch Road, Beverley, WA 6304

    Avondale is located on land originally assigned in the 1830's to the first Governor of the Swan River Colony, Captain James Stirling RN and Harbour Master Mark Currie RN.Several wealthy owners during the 19th Century saw Avondale grow to over 5,260 hectares in size.In 1910 Avondale was purchased by the Lands Department. After the Great War, most of Avondale was subdivided and sold to returned soldiers as repatriation farms.The remaining Homestead block of 705 hectares faced an uncertain future for ... Read more several years, until it was vested in the Department of Agriculture from 1924 to 2009. Avondale is now a National Trust of Australia (WA Branch) property

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