William Bay Country Cottages

Address: 65 Rice Road, Denmark, Western Australia, 6333, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 65 Rice Road, Denmark.
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      Ya missed me?

      A travel blog entry by nifty47 on Oct 15, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... to do an 85km forest drive. After buying our National Parks Pass we headed off. There are many little nooks and crannies in the forest but a couple of highlights were Beedelup Falls, (I crossed a swing bridge without wetting myself) and the mother of all tree towers, (the Dave Evans Bi-Centenial tree). This tree is about 73 metres tall and has a half way platform.
      From Fonty's Pool we have travelled to Walpole. This is a tiny ...

      Valley of the Giants, Ayr Sailean & Albany

      A travel blog entry by adventure2014 on Sep 10, 2014

      13 photos

      ... we walked the big Karri tree walk, again we could walk inside the trees. We stopped briefly at Circular pool to see their frothing cappuccino due to the tannin in the water. Called in at the Swarbrick art loop - don't bother! Weird art, and not enough to make the journey worth it for this section. A quick stop in Warpole for bread and milk, no gf sausages! And back home for steak cooked on the open fire. Another tough day in paradise! ...

      Moving Around The Coast

      A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Jul 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... we wanted to see. Denmark itself is a quiet village with one main road and some small shops. What they did have was a great fish and chip shop. That was dinner sorted for the first night. The second day we had a busy day planned. We drove back on ourselves for about 30 mins to get to the Valley of the giants treetop walk. We were able to walk in the canopy of the trees 40m up. Whilst it was a great experience, the moving walkway which was completely ...

      Trip to Dunsborough

      A travel blog entry by mattey on Jun 06, 2014

      6 photos

      ... for us Karen is driving back to Perth and she is able to drop us off in Bunbury a town about an hour from dunsborough, so we don't have to catch the bus all the way, thank you Karen!! We planned a nice trip to Bunbury with a few stops on the way up and the weather is looking nice again so it could be a good day! We said our goodbyes to Stuart and headed off towards Walpole. Our first ...

      Valley of the Giant Trees

      A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on Apr 06, 2014

      6 photos

      Breakfast in the camp kitchen was another social event and we didn’t get to start our planned activities for the day till late morning.

      We drove along the valley of the giant’s road, marvelling at all the magnificent forest trees.

      This was followed by the Giants Tree Top Walk, a guided walk around the forest where we were provided with an interesting commentary about the forest life and a walk meandering along a board walk through ...