Walpole Wilderness Resort

PO Box 10, Walpole, Western Australia, 6398, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Walpole

A surprisingly uneventful day!!!!

A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell


Chris and I were up early again for a walk before we leave the Karri Valley, we managed to sneak up on a number of 'roos and a kookaburra for a few more photos. After teaching Chris how to poach eggs in the microwave (the fame and skill of the masked egg poacher is now globally recognized), we packed up and drove off with a full tank of petrol …

Waltzing Matilda and the TWITs

A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell


G'day folks! Waltzing Matilda here – (I’m the pretty silver 4X4 in the pictures). I thought it was high time someone set the record straight about the shena****ns of The Worryingly Intrepid Trio (TWITs). Between you, me and the gatepost, their sheer incompetence and general idiocy is quite concerning. They jump into me each morning …

Driving to Rockingham

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad


... And stopped for a hamburger lunch. Didn't linger long as we had decided to make it to Denmark in time for dinner. We were both craving showers and clean bed so were determined to spend the night in a hotel room. Alas there was not a room to be had not even in a stable. Denmark was full. We drove onto Walpole and found a room, showered, and had dinner in their restaurant, would have thought there would be fresh seafood, alas, ...

Manjimup to Walpole

A travel blog entry by cyclist123


... tree and was angled forward, so you could see the ground underneath if you glanced down. It was quite strange, as unlike climbing a normal ladder propped up against a wall or something, there was nothing in front of you. I decided the best thing was to go nice and slowly, keeping my eyes on the horizon and feeling the rungs with my feet. Soon I was at the halfway rest point. I could see the bike about 30 metres below, which was pretty cool. It looked quite small, it has to be ...

Day 33: Walpole

A travel blog entry by tanys


Our overnight accommodation was a delight. A cabin in the bush. It was a complete house albeit small, had a fireplace which we promptly lit, it made us feel we were at home. Could have stayed there a few days for sure, but we were off again next am. Our first day of overcast weather, no rain, but a dull day and cold! Not sure the exact temp but was definitely the low teens. I was wearing six layers and still felt the chill. Was happy to be a 'latte drinking, heated ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding