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Today was a day trip to the Tingle Forest and Tree Top Walk at Walpole About 100km drive Started to sprinkle at lunch time at Circular Pool after visiting the Big Red Tingle Tree By the time we arrived at the Tree Top Walk is was quite wet - and stayed that way Did the walk anyway - 40m high is enough so we are sure we didn't wan to climb the 60m tree (a ...
... but oh so gorgeous all rolled into one. We are in tall forest country where the Karri trees can reach 60m high. We did venture out today anyway - all rugged up in our rain jackets, beanies, scarves and our first stop was just outside of Pemberton at a place called Gloucestor tree. This tree was once used as a fire-tree lookout. From 60m up you have the forest laid out in front of you and could see for miles at any fires that ...
... on the Walpole Inlet. We liked the look of the place when we pulled up. The site was right on the inlet and there were loads of pelicans hanging out at the water's edge. We got a spot right by the water with a gorgeous view over the inlet, the pelicans and there were lots of kookaburras flying about. It was great here for a while and we chilled out and soaked up the view, one of the best views we have had from a camping spot, but soon it all went tits up! It started raining, some ...
Along the South Coast we drove through the Valley of the Giants named after the tall Karri trees of the region, really scenic drive. We went to the Tree top walk which is a platform 40m high to get a birds eye view of the forest below (not for the faint hearted) but an amazing experience. That night we stayed at a nice campsite at Parry Beach and woke up to watch sunrise over the beach which was gorgeous.. Then enjoyed a cold shower, getting used to these ...
... that a giant", he thought.
He stretched so far out over the rail that he fell out of nana’s hand, and started to fall. Nana caught hold of him and pulled him back to safety. IT WAS A REALLY CLOSE CALL.
“Thank you nana”, he said, “I nearly fell”
After that, nana held the two boys very tightly until they finished the tree top walk, JUST IN CASE.
As the group walked along the pathways through the giant ...
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