Tree Top Walk Motel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Tree Top Walk Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Tree Top Walk Motel Walpole
Travel Blogs from Walpole
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, …
A late drive to fnd this quiet spot to park up. We came back into Walpole township to fix the blog on their library computer while we wait for ours to be fixed. We had to wash bedding becauase Lochlan had been ill in the night. We have been lucky with sickness so far!
Time ticked away and it was after lunch before ...
... a maximum stay of 3 nights but its a great base to check out the local area. Its very, very quiet with only a handful of caravans, campers passing in and out each day. We find some great walks including an easy one around Big Brook Dam and a 10 km one in the Warren NP, through pristine forest along the Warren River. The weather is only fair but still pleasant enough, especially for walking. We did manage to get quite a soaking ...
Today we said farewell to Margaret River on a grey and rainy morning. We made a final trip to the butcher to stock up on some of his fabulous meat before we headed out of town and made our turn eastwards. We travelled through some beautiful farmland and amazing forests on the way down here with a brief stop in Nannup for coffee mid morning. Then it was on to Walpole on the south coast for the next ...
... we went on a wander, only a couple of kilometres this time. Last time we were here Deep River wasn't that deep and Fernhook Falls were not. This time the water was really flowing. Plant life crushed to make white frothy swirls on the flat water at the bottom of the falls. The tannin in the water made the water a 'tea' colour as it flowed over the rocks.
The books were brought out and we had a lovely relaxing afternoon.