Diamond Forest Cottages
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... following closely behind us, passes us in the opposite lane and pulls to a stop in front of us. First I see the woman get out, shaking her head. We ask ourselves "did we get hit?" We didn't feel anything. Then this barrel chested man gets out of the driver's seat and approaches us looking like he's ready for a fight with clenched fists and a scowl on his face. He asks "what the f--k you're doing?". Doug replies "sorry". The man swears some ...
Next stop, Beedelup falls which we could cross by a suspension bridge (what is it with making wobbly structures at great heights in this part of the country!) Unfortunately it hasn't rained in WA for 7months so the falls weren't dramatic but there was plenty of birdlife to watch.
We had lunch at the Hidden River Winery after a quick tasting (Alex wasn't feeling well so I had to take one for the team). ...
Shannon National Park was another great location. We decided to participate in the Great Forest Trees Drive on offer and stay another night.
This self-guiding drive involved travelling along a well-kept narrow one way dirt road through magnificent old growth Karri, Marri, Jarrah and ...
... as well as cheaper extra paid days. Not only were we on a road trip, we were on a mission – This camper HAD to be delivered. Cue Movie opening credits. Having never rented a camper before, the experience was completely new to us but what was most apparent was the sense of fear and dread that was being syphoned into us courtesy of the staff members. Each page of terms and conditions seemed to add another yarn to the ever expanding stress ball, ...
... around its trunk to climb up to the top lookout (previously a fire lookout). Craig and Maddison climbed to the top, Sarah managed about a third of the way and me just the one rung. Craig and Maddison loved it and both said it was one of the best things that they had done, and also the most dangerous; the adrenalin was pumping! It ticked all the boxes of the WOW factor. We left Pemberton headed to Windy ...