Walpole Wilderness Resort
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... that has leach tannin into river. The water was also gushing down so fast that in places it had caused much yellow foam which had clumped around rocks and tree roots. Amazing sight to see. We stepped off the boardwalk and climbed onto a large bank at the rivers edge and sat and watched the waterfalls for a while and then continued on a short way, to where the falls end in Rowell Pool. HILLTOP ROAD. Continuing another 3k we turn onto the main road, ...
... we first take the loop walk through the Karri forest, and come upon several of the Karri Giants which for one reason or another have fallen over and we image that the sound when they went down must have been tremendous. The walk eventually brought us back to the Gloucester Tree. An unusual sight, Steve climbs about 10 rungs on the tree for a photo shot, but neither of us felt the need to climb to the top, though we did meet a ...
... spot on wiki camps that sounded too good to be true, but decided to check it out anyway. It was called Centre Road Crossing and was at a river crossing 5km along a dirt track.
We were lucky enough to be the first people there for the night, meaning we got to free camp inside a wooden hut, complete with fireplace and firewood!!! People who camped there previously had gifted things to the hut, such as pictures, ...
... my boys see rocks they see a challenge, so we made our way upstream one rock at a time. The water here is quite brown because of tannins from the plants falling in to it, but we were still able to spot a couple of quite large catfish swimming around the shallows!
As I write Mal and Noah are off trying their luck fishing in the river. They have been gone a while, so hopefully that means they are having some success!
... wonderful aromas, this all helps us take our mind off the steep incline and then 300 very steep steps AND two very steep ladder climbs to get to the top. It was stunning at the top...... in the past this had to be done by the local firewatch warden three times a day. ONCE was ok but three times ???? Once we had taken some great photos and descended to the bottom we took the forest walk around the base of the mountain, it was undulating ...