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 Beeelup National Park was about five minutes, mostly downhill, to the Falls. So Ted, being …
After a couple of weeks down in Denmark our time is up and after doing lots of research and making a ton of phone calls we have decided to head to Dunsborough next. The vine pruning season is starting in dunsborough and the surrounding areas in the next 2 weeks which counts towards our regional work and pays pretty well apparently, so it is time to head there to try and get ourselves a new ...
... high, over 300 years old and about 20 metres girth. They hollow out in the middle with the tree being supported by a shell as they get very old. There are three types, red, yellow and Rates Tingle trees. The Karri trees are also huge. Also walked down to the circular pool. So, I am attaching some photos and will post this tonight. Tomorrow, Thursday 8th May, we move on towards Margaret ...
Down the road we had a quick look at Peaceful Bay before returning to Aye Sailean in time for happy hour with the occupants of the other two caravans which was followed by tea with all of us seated at the same table continuing the conversation till late.
We had packed a lot of sightseeing into this day and could have easily spent the best part of a day at any one of the above locations we had visited quite easily if time had permitted.
... Donna forming The Stray Sisters) we do a couple of Waifs songs and I am a fan - had we attended Port Fairy Folk fest I would have got to see the Stray Sisters! Hopefully we may still catch them somewhere. I could continue providing loads of trivial and interesting details about this neck of the woods but will sign off with a paragraph about the ancient Red Tingle Trees. I have long been a fan of WAs Jarrah and Karri forests. I lost my ...