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Shearing Shed & Beyond

Visit The Shearing Shed at Yallingup to be welcomed by the Sheep, see working Sheepdog and Shearing Demonstrations before travelling on to Busselton Jetty and the Oldest Stone Church in Western Australia, then return journey to Perth.

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Welcome to the Shearing Shed
Visitors to the Shearing Shed at Yallingup are welcomed by the Sheep.

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Sheep welcoming visitors

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Sheep waiting for Nibbles
Visitors are given cups of Nibbles so they can hand-feed the sheep.

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Bib the Sheepdog with Shearer
Bib is a Border Collie Sheepdog.

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Bruce the Sheepdog
Bruce is an Australian Red Kelpie.

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Bib bringing the Sheep into Yards
Bruce waits while Bib was sent out into the paddock to bring the sheep into the yards.

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Sheep approaching

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Flock of Sheep to be Shorn

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This Sheep wants a better view

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Good Fleece of Merino Wool

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Sheep in the Yard

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Bruce on the Sheep's Back

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Bib brings in the last of the Flock

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Bruce drives the Sheep along

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Well Done!, Bruce
Bruce is an Australian Red Kelpie.

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Well Done!, Bib
Bib is a Border Collie.

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Bruce ready for action again

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Australian Red Kelpie, Bruce

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Border Collie, Bib

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Bruce Resting

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Shearer ready to demonstrate his skills

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Sheep waits patiently to be shorn

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Shearer at work

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Shearing the Sheep

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The Fleece on Wool Table

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Fleeces are classed into bins

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Shorn and Unshorn Sheep

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The Wool Press
The Wool Press where the Fleeces are pressed into Bales.

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Bales of Wool ready for sale

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Ram waits in a pen

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Ladies Rest Room

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Large Shady Peppermint Trees

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Horse in Paddock

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Bus Driver Gordon holding Lamb

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Lamb close-up

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Time to move on to Busselton

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Large Tree on Busselton Foreshore

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Geographe Bay at Busselton

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Busselton Jetty Plaque

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Where Busselton Jetty once stood

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Baudin Monument at Busselton

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Baudin Expedition to Terra Australis 1800 - 1804

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Busselton Beach

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Shallow Waters of Geographe Bay at Busselton

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Busselton Jetty and Interperative Centre

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In Memory of "The Tub"

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Busselton Water Slide and Cafe

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Busselton Jetty
The longest Timber Pier in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Busselton Beach under Cloudy Sky

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Oldest Stone Church in Western Australia

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St Mary's Anglican Church Busselton

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St Mary's Anglican Church

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St Mary's Anglican Church

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St Mary's Anglican Church Busselton

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St Mary's Anglican Church

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Unscheduled Stop
An unscheduled roadside stop when we ran out of fuel because the reserve tank had been turned off.

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Bleeding the Fuel Lines

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Passing Traffic

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Many Willing Helpers

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Instructions by Mobile Phone

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Rural Scene as we continue back to Perth

 
   
 
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