Diamond Forest Cottages
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- Pets allowed
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... Pemberton you must go to the general store - they sell everything. You'll find yourself wanting to buy all sorts of stuff just because it's there, I love it. Groceries, hardware, tools, toiletries in cute little containers, camping supplies, mountain bike tyres (awesome bike and hiking trails in the area).......and, the ultimate, **** Bombs. Yes, Aaron persuaded us that he absolutely needed **** Bombs and we must have had a weak ...
... at about the 12m mark. The views from the top were amazing on this blue sky day as we swayed in the wind. After climbing down we ventured into Pemberton for a look around and to visit the Gloucester Tree, the boys wanted to climb that as well. It was lunch time so a deal was struck, if we pack quickly in the morning we will return to climb it, all of us. Back to camp for hotdogs and a walk along the river walk then setting the fire to ...
... start of the decent was probably the trickiest part for him but once he found his rhythm all was OK.
The climb up with Liv also went well. We got to a section near the top which flattened out, which in some ways was trickier than more vertical. Liv decided she wanted to back out and go back down. She was encouraged to take the remaining 10 steps to the top and was wrapt that she did.
After having lunch at the bakery in town we embarked on ...
... We find the suspension bridge, walk across it, jump up and down and make it swing, as you do, then hop back into the car and set off towards Harvey.
The tourist info centre here at Harvey has a replica of the house that May Gibbs (snugglepot and cuddlepie) lived in for a couple of years, and is now tea rooms and has absolutely beautiful gardens along the river. Outside town we stopped in at "Ha Ve" cheese factory for some tastings, delicious, and we are now set for ...
... to the Retreat and around the lake and return. This was a lovely easy wander up some hills and down again but hardly anything taxing.
We enjoyed the solitude of the walk no one on the track except for the main waterfall section. On one section of the track is the 'walk through tree'. Of course it was gimmicky - probably to get the kids to walk or something who knows. Either way it was a lovely walk.
Arboretum Dam Walk: Another 6km walk this time we were ...