Tree Top Walk Motel
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Travel Blogs from Walpole
We spent two nights in the Big 4 caravan park and explored Albany. Did all the washing then headed for Whaleworld. Interesting place. Operational from 1952 til 1978. They would harpoon the whales, detonate a grenade in their heads, tag and flag them, fill them with air, carry on with their hunt and pick up all the whales on the way back to the whale processing station. The they tied them up to ...
Breakfast in the camp kitchen was another social event and we didn’t get to start our planned activities for the day till late morning.
We drove along the valley of the giant’s road, marvelling at all the magnificent forest trees.
This was followed by the Giants Tree Top Walk, a guided walk around the forest where we were provided with an interesting commentary about the forest life and a walk meandering along a board walk through ...
... rain on the south coast the fire ban has been lifted and campfires can be lit again. Cassandra invited us for dinner and made a fantastic cauliflower curry and flatbread all on the fire. Yummmm. We are planning to bump into these guys again!! Anyway, I'm getting ahead of myself. After leaving Esperance we stopped twice in two National Parks, Stokes Inlet and Fitzgerald River, during the almost 500 kilometre drive to Albany. This area is ...
... of rock, but 100m downstream is a big pool, so there must be some water still flowing. The adjacent camping area is really set up for tents, but a couple of the parking areas are large and level enough for us to park, so we chose one and paid our money ($15) in the 'honesty box'. It was very hot, and the March flies were a bit of a nuisance, so we decided to join a group of 'oldies' for a swim in the river pool. The water was very red/brown, ...
... out a few possible overnight spots along the way. Lots of No Camping signs - a fellow traveller suggests that the local caravan park owners take it in turns for a 3-year term on the (Denmark and Albany) councils.
Walpole is a nice little town on the highway, with a shady park (also with markets tomorrow) and info centre on one side, and the shops on the other. Another big "No Camping" sign (threatening $1000 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking