Diamond Forest Cottages
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... old. We topped up our tanks in Walpole so we wouldn't need to stop before Pemberton, and we had a really fun winding ride through Shannon National Park. We got in to Pemberton in no time, and found our accommodations at the old picture theatre holiday apartments, an old theatre built in 1929 that has since been converted into a small hotel. It's the only purpose built timbre picture theatre left in all of Western Australia and it has tons of character. We got the ...
... Tree, which was a 53m high fire lookout. Chris and Sam both climbed to the top. The boys were only allowed to climb about 10 rungs - not very good protection provided! However the boys were very keen to go further, and to have photos taken - by anyone! Had lunch watching others climb up, surrounded by these majestic trees! Back to Pemberton, to the playground of course. Then on to the Bicentennial tree, which is 68m high. ...
... my husband's collecting work. But I managed to make the best of it by signing up for a Beach and Forest Eco Adventure. It was amazing! We drove through the old growth Karri Forest to the Yeagarup Dunes - the largest landlocked sand dune system in the southern hemisphere. The contrast from old growth forest to these huge sand ...
... We were welcomed with the wood fire already burning, candles glowing, gorgeous scents and calming tunes. He showed us how to use the indoor sauna, outdoor jacuzzi and made us feel right at home. Everything was perfect from the curtains that separated the bed from the living room, to the vintage outdoor furniture and moss covered fallen logs at the back door. After unpacking the car we drove into ...
At this point we realised that we would have liked an extra few weeks to spare as there was so much more to experience in the area we were travelling and we had committed to be at
Margaret River in three days’ time – to get in before the Easter rush. We decided to move on and continue with a quick glimpse at just a few of the special locations on offer.
Some 90 kilometres down the road, travelling through ...