Walpole Wilderness Resort
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the husband and before we knew it we were doing some maintenance on the hot water service, which was a very good thing as the sacrificial anode was just about spent. So, without even really giving it any thought we now know we need a 27mm socket, we know how to descale the tank, where to get a new anode at the next major stop and how to replace it. All part of the caravanning learning curve! Better than arriving home with a ...
... metres up in the air. Quite an experience as the walkway bounces as you walk along it! After the tree top walk we then took the ancient empire walk which is through the base of the forest, a guide explained the fauna and flora as we made our way around. Luckily we made it round just in time as the rain started to fall.
We then headed off to the Thurlby Herb Farm as we had been told they had a great coffee shop. It was a ...
What a great day.
The weather is looking inclement again. We rushed our usually leisured breakfast and headed off on the first walk for the day. The 5.5km walk around and about the Shannon River Dam. This would have to be one of the prettiest walks we have been on. For some reason it was rated 4 which is a hard walk. So Sharon took walking poles, packed water, apples, etc and headed out.
Following along the beautiful ...
... to do an 85km forest drive. After buying our National Parks Pass we headed off. There are many little nooks and crannies in the forest but a couple of highlights were Beedelup Falls, (I crossed a swing bridge without wetting myself) and the mother of all tree towers, (the Dave Evans Bi-Centenial tree). This tree is about 73 metres tall and has a half way platform.
From Fonty's Pool we have travelled to Walpole. This is a tiny ...
... out beasts. When you have had enough of all the greenery, you can pose for a photo in the fake car that is sat inside a fake tree. Years ago there was a tree big enough that you could drive your car inside and have your photo taken, after years of people doing this the tree unfortunately fell down. Hence the fake version now there for visitors. This is a nice half day out if you want to appreciate the natural beauty of south ...