After loading up the car we travelled out to Freemantle with plans to go through the submarine. Because the day was really windy they were not taking tours on the submarine so we settled for a coffee there in a lovely cafe set up in front of the building. We had a little drive around Freemantle and then headed out to Ellenbrook. It was enjoyable to drive around all the new housing blocks being set up and noticed how many had filled out considerably since our last trip. We had lunch at Dome. When we left Dome to head back to the car we could hardly walk because of the strong wind and rain.
In our travels about we called into the Margaret River Chocolate Shop. The place was a buzz of activity, people everywhere. We enjoyed some samples and bought some chocolate things to try later.
We spent the evening with Hubby's sister and her husband. Their children were elsewhere so we went out for dinner to a local tavern which was fairly new. The meal was good along with the company and so we had a wonderful last night in WA.
At approximately 10pm we headed to the airport for our plane trip home.