Forest Lodge Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
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I've had a few opportunities to explore the surrounding area and I've not been at all disappointed. My drives take me through forests of huge talk Karri tree, through fields with wild emu and kangaroo and through expansive Australian bushland. It is not the outback, it is more green and forested than that, but it feels like real Australia. I have seen more wildlife in 2 days than I have ever seen in Australia (other than a lack of koala as ...
... she is lovely. She is a German who fell in love whilst backpacking and kept coming back to see him, then one day never went home! She does a lot of the garlic farming and manages the orchards. She says there's a real busy season ahead and she needs all the help she can get, so I have of course offered to do everything I can. I am very lean to learn about the farming industry and to grow and prepare my own food. I also think it would be nice for the farmers wife ...
... called the Cascades, and we were able to get off the tram and go down and have a look. It was very pretty and quite a strong flow of water. Back on the tram we went a little further to a trestle bridge, then the driver relocated to the other end of the carriage and drove us back to the station, with a slightly faster pace than on the way down. We went back to the info centre to check on the boat trip, but still not ...
The next morning it was time for some adventure, climbing the 130 pegs to the top of. The 75m high Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree. The boys didn't know what to expect and when they arrived at the bottom they were doing star jumps in excitement. Off we all set for the climb, Liz with a fair deal of trepidation for the boys and herself. She need not have worried about the boys, they powered their way up the tree as she gave in to ...
... part was to get down. It was actually pretty easy. I was so proud of myself for climbing a 53 metre tree. Later on we climbed the Bicentennial Tree. It was 65 metres high. Dad said we can only climb half because there was a platform half way u. We climbed 32.5 metres up. It was pretty easy because we climbed the Gloucester Tree. Nicci, Craig and Maizee came over for dinner. It was a full of climbing ...