5 bed house, close to beach & shops in small coastal town, Western Australia
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Corner of front garden
1st May 2018 to 25th Jun 2018
Home Exchange, Hospitality Exchange, Short-term Exchange (2-5 days), Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks), Non-simultaneous Exchange, Long-term Exchange (1 month plus), Open to offers
The nearest big town/city is Busselton, which has about 35,000 people. It is a very historic town.
My home is a comfortable family home, although now the family have all "flown the nest"! There are three bedrooms, a study, lounge, dining and family rooms, a well equipped kitchen and a largish utility room.
Barbecue, Computer, Dishwasher, DVD player, Garage, Garden, Internet access/Wifi, Microwave, Parking, Rental offered, Television, Washing machine
Sorry no pets
Car swap by arrangement
Dunsborough is a small coastal town in the south western corner of Western Australia. Over the last few decades we have become a popular tourist town, due to the many beaches ranging from very calm, protected bays to world class surfing spots.
We are in the famous Margaret River Winery region, with over 150 wineries, half of which offer free tastings and have pleasant (and sometimes expensive) restaurants attached. From midSpring to early autumn each year many of the wineries also have art exhibitions, music events and special gastronomic programs. Shopping in Dunsborough has supermarkets for groceries, as well as many week-end markets. There are also many cafes and boutiques to cater for the holiday makers!
The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
There are two Golf Courses in Dunsborough. One is an international standard venue called "The Lakes" which has all amenities including equipment for hire. The second one is part of the Dunsborough Country Club. It is more low key, with sand greens but amazing views from many vantage points along the course. There are also good courses at the nearby town of Margaret River, and Busselton City. They are both within a 40 minute drive.
I am a retired teacher, hoping to carry out more genealogy (family history research) over the next few years. I mostly travel on my own, but occasionally my son and his family (wife and two sons) may accompany me. They currently live in Scotland and I regularly visit them from Australia. I love walking along beaches and in forests, searching out local histories, playing with children and looking after animals. I enjoy planning new trips and meeting new people. I also love curling up with a good book on a chilly winter's day.