Tree Top Walk Motel
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We set off south on the Vasse Hwy. through the Kari Forest to Beedelup Falls. We located the entrance to the Falls, parked the car and then walked, mostly uphill on a wooded track, for about half an hour to the Falls. Once there, we discovered the car park to Beedelup National Park was about five minutes, mostly downhill, to the Falls. So Ted, …
... and the thirteen crew thought they were done for on this isolated beach, until one of them decided to go and try and find help and came across a pioneer by the name of Thompson. Apparently the wreck can still be seen sometimes, but alas, today was not one of those days. Nevertheless we had fun climbing the rocks, and imagining what it would have been like to wash up here 100 years ago.
Back to the van for some home-made fish and chips tonight. Nothing quite like freshly caught ...
... to find me in the caravan, but as luck would have it, he did, and I vividly remember waking up to my 'Patatina' doll at the end of my bed – she was almost as big as me back then. I still have her in the cupboard somewhere.
So the frenzy of gift opening was over in about five minutes for Josh and Elijah, but Noah being the most like his mother (poor boy) savoured each gift before going on to the next, so his lasted about half an hour or so! ...
... br> The next day we explored the area on foot and went to the beach and just chilled out.
Monday 22nd we head off for the day…. our first stop was to the Tree Top walk we we enjoyed and then we walked the Valley of the Giant Trees … some of these Tingle Trees are as old as 400 years. A wonderful ancient spectacle owed a great deal of respect.
On to Peaceful Bay in search of the Seafood Cafe. Our vision of a ...
... out again and manage a feed of King George Whiting and flathead. Pretty easy fishing in 4 or 5 feet of water.
Walpole is quite small but close to various NP's, the Bibbulmun track and the "Valley of the Giants", home of the famous 4 to 5 hundred year old Tingle trees. A good spot to use as a base to check out the area.
The managers of the caravan park were really friendly and helpful. At one point we got ...