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September 9th 2011
Published: June 10th 2013
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Attempting to hold a KoalaAttempting to hold a KoalaAttempting to hold a Koala

He was a bit camera shy
After my lovely time in Perth, and meeting up with Paul, we headed down to Denmark, to WWOOF (willing workers on organic farms) it's a scheme where backpackers can work in exchange for food and accomodation, we thought we'd do this whilst we try and get some paid work! Plus Denmark was meant to be a beautiful part of Australia, and it certainly was! We briefly stopped at Margaret River before heading to Denmark but I can't find any snaps! We stayed on an Alpaca tourist farm, helping them feed the animals, we got to hold and feed koala's, kangaroos, alpaca's, birds, rabbits, goats and plenty more farm animals! We stayed there for 2 and a half weeks, during our spare time we explored the local area and beach - Greens Pool. We also had a few visits to Albany. It was still cold at this time of year (September) so we didn't swim, but me and Paul would recommend Denmark and the Alpaca farm to anyone down in southern WA! Here are some of the better photos of our time there.


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Awww

Mothering a kangaroo! She was a great character and followed us all over the farm
'The Gap''The Gap'
'The Gap'

At Albany.....this makes some huge waves!
Making friends...Making friends...
Making friends...

....with the locals
The three musketeersThe three musketeers
The three musketeers

Where's my food?!!
Valley of the GiantsValley of the Giants
Valley of the Giants

Tree Top walk.


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