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We arrived at about 1pm. Set up, lunch then yep, you guessed it, back in the car and we headed off to the Gloucster Tree. This is a 53m high Karri Tree with pegs stuck all the way up to a look out at the top where there are viewing platforms. The tree used to be used for spotting bush fires. So off the kids went. First Jayde, then Connor, then Ky. So I thought I'd better go with Ky. But I got up about 8m and I couldn't go any further. Too scared was poor Mum. So Brad gave it a go, ...
... the tree got its name. We rode back into town and visited the Pemberton Wood gallery and Holy Smoke, a café that sells lots of local produce and also sells smoked trout, chicken and salmon all of which are smoked on the premises.
The lady at the information centre suggested a drive to Big Brook Dam was well worth the visit. The dam holds Pemberton’s water supply and some of the tallest trees in the region are found along the banks of the dam ...
... bikes so we had to slow down and walk them through places but we enjoyed most of the tracks. Jacob did a huge jump which eneded in a crash and when he landed he rolled like a porefssional stunt man and was fine!!! So lucky. We have photos so will add them soon! Lochlan had a couple of big falls as well but he was super keen to keep going, so would jump straight back on his bake and keep ...
... tree bridge' caught our eye so we went and had a peep at this. Then there was Green Island Camp so we went to look at this scenic spot. Oh boy that was a dirt road and a half but we managed with style. The campsites were like many others we have seen, wrong angle, too small, and no one there. Except a family with two huge lollopping dogs that were not supposed to be off a lead. Humph!
Donnelly River: We had spotted a cruise and took a drive down to the boat ramp. ...
... us climbed it, our excuse being the rungs were wet, therefore dangerous!!), and The Cascades, and Beedelup (more meetings) Falls. Four National Parks in one day.
We had planned to move to Windy Harbour today, but with damaging winds forecast we decided to give that a miss. Instead, with heavy rain this morning we have had a lazy day, reading, knitting (me, not Tony) etc. Always good to just relax for a day. Windy Harbour is on the agenda for tomorrow,