Warren NP – Margaret River – Bunbury
Kilometres 20279 - 21444km
Monday was moving day for us and once again the kids had to say goodbye to some friends they’d made along the way, but with a promise that we’d catch up again in Adelaide….. We headed west along the southern WA coastline to Denmark where I showed the family some of the amazing cache finds I’d found a few days earlier. We continued on, stopping at another chocolate factory and the incredibly tall lookout trees, near Pemberton. These trees which are used for fire spotting have steel spikes circumnavigating their way to the top in the form of a ladder. The smallest of these trees being 50m high while the tallest tree is the Dave Evans tree at 65m high. We stopped at two of these trees and watched in amazement that WA OHS still allows the climbing of these trees to the public. We chose to climb with the kids halfway up the taller 65m high tree. The view from this height was breathtaking enough. Leaving the Pemberton area we continued on to a beautiful bush camp within one of the many National Parks in that region.
|Tree climbing - Pemberton|
|The enchanted forest|
|Climbing to the top of the Lighthouse|
|Margaret River Surfing reserve|