Tree Top Walk Motel

Address: 501 Nockolds Street, Walpole, Western Australia, 6398, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 501 Nockolds Street, Walpole.
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    Travel Blogs from Walpole

    On the road again!

    A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Sep 10, 2014

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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, …

    Hut Sweet Hut

    A travel blog entry by tanktreks on Aug 02, 2015

    23 photos

    We left Perth around 10am on Sunday morning. Our official plan is to head north, but we missed the most South-West towns earlier this year because of the bush fires. Mel had her heart set on seeing the giant Karri and Tingle Tree forests and on doing the Tree Top Walk.

    We drove towards Walpole, which is one of the closest towns to the Tree Top Walk, but knew we wouldn't make it there before last tickets were sold at ...

    Week 2

    A travel blog entry by itshowweroll on Apr 15, 2015

    19 comments, 13 photos

    ... for a refreshing body surf.  Rest of the day checked out some of the other spot of the National Park. The rest of the week the weather turned cold, windy and wet so we moved on around the south coast of WA stopping off at bush camps near Albany and Walpole.  We spent some time looking around Albany and visited Greens Pool and Elephant Rock (which would be fantastic in summer) finishing off in the Valley of the ...

    Albany to Parryville

    A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 02, 2015

    13 photos

    ... was immense, so this is a replica of the original statue, standing on the restored original mountings. There was debate over where in Australia the statue was to be positioned, Albany and Canberra being the main contenders. Albany won thanks to the local Returned Servicemen's Club's argument about it being the last Australian soil that many of the men on those original two convoys ever saw, and thanks to the local Apex club who'd already created Anzac ...

    What Falls?

    A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Dec 27, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... drove, mostly via dirt roads, to Mandalay Beach. Our caravan park is on an inlet, which is really not suitable for swimming, so the boys were suffering some withdrawals. Unfortunately, as nice as it was to see a ‘real’ beach again, with water that wasn’t black, it was way too wild for swimming, so we had to content ourselves with climbing some rocks and exploring some rockpools instead. Apparently this was the site where in 1911 a ship called the Mandalay ...