Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park Manjimup
Not enough amenities, or powered sites. Manager not very warming.
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... is enormous and still living. Gigantic really. It is burnt out inside and has large gaps in its trunk but there is enough xylem and phloem remaining to ensure it lives on. We have seen some big trees before bug this one is the biggest. Drove on to the Diamond Tree which you can climb up via the metal spikes all the way to the top where there is a small lookout hut. No thanks! Found a caravan park and got a cabin for the night. No tent ...
... and checked in at the Central Caravan Park. This is a lovely establishment and only five minutes walk from tonight's free concert. At 6.30 Di rang to see if we were in town. Honestly we cannot believe the people in WA they are so kind and helpful to a couple of Queenslander's. Who else would follow up and then organise seats at the concert?
The concert was in the town hall. Kim's brother's band was excellent, as Allan said 'you could hear ...
... 8220;No camping – fine $1000” sign we decided that camping in Walpole park wasn’t the answer, instead turning to our free camps guide book for help. It came up trumps, showing a free site right next to the turning for the valley of the giants – perfect location! As we wearingly made our way in the dark, our initial hope turned to despair when right in front of our planned night stay read another red lettered sign “No ...
... warp where everyone and everything in it was stuck in the 1970’s, except for the prices. I bought three bags of chips (because that’s all they had left) and one pack of four AAA batteries and the total came to $21. Tanya didn’t know about the batteries and thought that just the three bags of chips had cost $21, which was even more disturbing when we discovered (later) that two of the three bags were expired!!
So what’s the main tourist attraction ...
... I had no idea of what type of snake it was, but knew that two snakes that are common in Western Australia are the dugite and tiger, both of which can be deadly if they bite you! The snake stopped for a while, then turned around and went off the road on the side it had come from. Apparently they do this if something has scared them - they return to somewhere they know is safe. Since I was the only person or vehicle about I guess it was me that provoked that response! I ...