Walpole Wilderness Resort

PO Box 10, Walpole, Western Australia, 6398, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 10, Walpole.
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    Travel Blogs from Walpole

    Trip to Dunsborough

    A travel blog entry by mattey on Jun 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... from the bus stop to the hostel there were no street lights and we didn't see a single car or person! First impressions of the hostel are it's very clean, they have out me tom and Liam in a room of our own for now, hopefully we don't have to move out of here it's pretty cosy! Lying in bed and can hear the sea we are that close to it, guess it's not called the dunsborough beach house for no ...

    The south coast of WA

    A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Apr 05, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... of non pink beauty, however, I recall that the Pink Lake was quite astonishing and something very special. Anyway, just as we were leaving Denmark who should we bump into but the McGregors. We were heading to Parry beach campsite where they were making their next stop after we said bye in Lucky Bay. So to Parry Beach we went via Green Pools and Elephant Rocks and had another fabulous evening of music and song around the ...

    Walpole wilderness

    A travel blog entry by sally.andrews1 on Apr 03, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... a chat but she basically showed us the outside shower and locked herself in her house. It then became a little awkward and we left early with a thank you note.

    Stu climbed the Glouster and Bicentennial trees whcih were originally used as fire lookouts. Way too high for me. The tallest being 65 meter high and in the wind has been known to sway 1.5 ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn on Feb 28, 2014

    11 photos

    ... we pulled into the first rest area, "John Rate Lookout". The trees must have grown a lot, because there's now only a small glimpse of the coast through the trees from the lookout. It's still a very nice spot, amongst the trees, and there's nothing to say we shouldn't stay here. It's getting late, the local at the Info Centre said we could, so we did. A brilliant overnight stop, compared to being treated like sardines in the CP.

    Manjimup to Walpole

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 24, 2013

    27 photos

    ... sign informed me that the next bit of the climb was harder and to turn back if I wasn't feeling up for it. Well. I've come this far, let's keep going! The next rungs were straight up the tree, and directly above one and other, so you were basically climbing vertically, again a different experience to a normal ladder. I wonder if anyone has ever fallen down, I thought idly. Well I did for a second or two, before getting a grip (mentally and literally) and carrying on up. Soon I ...