Friday, 1 December 2017

November Hols #3 - Walpole Wilderness

After our Bali trip we tried to work off the excess with a camping trip to the Pemberton and Walpole areas of South-West WA. We took many beach and forest walks, mountain hikes and 4 wheel drives. The area is famous for the massive Karri, Marri and Tingle trees.

Goblin Swamp

Black point lavas

There are sereral huge trees in the area that were used in the past as fire lookouts. You can climb up on the widely spaced rungs. We didn't get very high.

There were flies everywhere, R wears an essential piece of hiking kit.

We passed by the Sawpit sculptures.

We took the valley of the Giants tree Top Walkway.

There was once a car parked in the base of a giant tingle tree. It has now blown down but this cardboard cut-out remains.

No comments:

Post a Comment