Karri Valley Resort

Address: Vasse Highway, Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Vasse Highway, Pemberton, is near Pemberton Tramway, Pemberton Discovery Tours, and Bicentennial Tree.
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      High trees

      A travel blog entry by riege on Dec 17, 2013

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      After seeing so many lovely beaches we enjoyed the view of the karri and tingle tree forests. A bit of a change in scenery and also did the Tree Top walk near Walpole that leads through, over and inbetween those trees. The karri tree, one type of eucalypt tree, can get 70m tall and is one of the tallest trees in the world. The tingle tree is …

      Pembleton to Windy Harbour

      A travel blog entry by geslick on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... 3 other campers there and as it turned out the cost had doubled from $8.50 to $19 with no power so we choose the no power option and waited until the range left then connect the power We then had our dinner which was a Hamburger with the lot and it was magnificent and again washed down with a couple of beers and a bottle of wine . Tomorrow we are going to do the tree top walk amongst the giant Karri and Tingle trees at ...

      Tall Trees and another lovely camp

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... getting of old. The oldest forestry area was up to 100 years old. The good dirt road winds through the scenic "Tall Timber" country as well as past wineries and other attractions. We are not into wineries so we don't bother with visitations there.

      We went into the campsites around Snottygobble Loop the campsties were intended for tents. Our camper could barely fit into the parking bays and the ones we could, fit into, were too much of a slope to offer a ...

      The Capsicum Bandits - Part II

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Dec 29, 2013

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      ... I had previously visited the tree-top walk in early December with my friends Pete and Rae it was raining, which had evidently kept the crowds away. Today it was sunny and beautiful and the crowds were there in droves. There was also a large lit up sign (the kind that is generally used to inform drivers of a traffic detour) that said “sensational snakes today!” We skipped the snakes despite their sensationalism but thoroughly enjoyed the terrific towering trees.

      Lake Poorrarecup to Pemberton

      A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 27, 2013

      11 photos

      ... sure whether I would see a snake in the wild on my trip, and to be honest had been ambivalent about it, as I was happy to miss out seeing a dangerous creature! But now I have, that's another box ticked - hopefully I won't see any more unexpected killers! I continued on, looking for a lunch spot, with extra awareness of what could be lurking in the scrub by the road after seeing the snake disappear into it! I was pretty hungry now, so within ten minutes I found ...