Walpole Wilderness Resort

Address: 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

    Lazy day in Walpole

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... to go fishing. Something that we hadn't done on this holiday as yet. They set off with their bait, lines and chairs. Unfortunately the ones that they caught were too small and they had to throw back in. Our neighbours in the van next door were "attacked by a hungry kookaburra" when the man of the house walked outside with a lamb chop. It swooped to swipe! Fascinating to watch. Another great day. Very quiet and relaxing. Setting off towards Denmark and Albany ...

    Visiting Grandma Tingle in Nornalup

    A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Sep 11, 2014

    ... which makes it the largest buttressing eucalypt. The tree has a very restricted range. Found in only 6,000 hectares between the Deep River in the East, the Bow River in the West and within 10k of the Southern Ocean. It was amazing to see these huge trees sitting on four, buttress type roots, hollowed out by forest fire and yet thriving in this protected habitat. Our second stop was by the ocean to see the power of the sea as it charged into ...

    Walpole - the home of the giants!

    A travel blog entry by travelbug05 on Jun 17, 2014

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    ... home to the giant tingle trees. You drive through the winding forest that is lined either side with these enormous trees and eventually you come to a parking area. You can then get out and follow the signposted footpath around the loop that brings you back to the car park. Along this walk are some enormous tingles that have been hollowed out by bush fires but that are still standing strong. These are the best ones to give ...

    Trip to Dunsborough

    A travel blog entry by mattey on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... at the valley of giants in Walpole, a forest full of ginormous karri Trees. We went on a nice woodland walk through the forest with these pretty spectacular trees towering above us. Back in the jeep for a bit before we stopped for a picnic by an the Nornalup inlet near Walpole, the weather was so good and it was nice just chilling out by the inlet. We then stopped in a couple of different ...

    The south coast of WA

    A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Apr 05, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... Donna forming The Stray Sisters) we do a couple of Waifs songs and I am a fan - had we attended Port Fairy Folk fest I would have got to see the Stray Sisters! Hopefully we may still catch them somewhere. I could continue providing loads of trivial and interesting details about this neck of the woods but will sign off with a paragraph about the ancient Red Tingle Trees. I have long been a fan of WAs Jarrah and Karri forests. I lost my ...