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- Dirt road for the last 6km from the main highway, easily accessible by all vehicle. Plenty of parking places, and please pay the Day Pass visit to help with the up keep.
Our family did not climb the tree, but we just love the area and admire how the people locate this tree many years ago.
I did noticed some upgrade from my last visit nearly 20 years ago. The side netting is a welcome sight.Written 21 April 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very beautiful, and nice to do a walk through the huge trees. I didn’t want to climb so probably didn’t get the full experience - my partner said the climb was great.Written 17 April 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I loved the walk around the lake with its beautiful views along the way. I also appreciated the picnic tables and toilets within a short distance of the main parking area. It was so pleasant to sit there eating my lunch while enjoying the views over the water.Written 11 March 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Stopped off here to stretch our legs during drive from Augusta to Walpole. Nice walk from the car park to the falls which are not big but pretty. Lots of look out points and a fun wobbly suspension bridge! There are also some well marked short walking trails - we walked to Walk Through Tree which took about an hour there and back.Written 15 November 2023
- We were just going to go to Windy Harbour with our van on the back and have a look and really didnt expect much.We were in awe.The wildflowers were out and from the minute we turned onto the road into Windy Harbour we were stunned by its beauty.I really dont think I have seen that many wildflowers and the colours were amazing.The coast line and the views were great and we will be back again during the season to spend more time there.Most areas we could take the caravan except for Salmon Bay which was a pity.Beautiful wheel chair accessible tracks and lookouts,Drop toilets,picnic areas and all ammenites.Dont drive past and miss it.Not sure if you have to pay the park fee as we have a year pass which is worth investing in as well.RAC do a park pass for $60 a tear and we would have used that in the first week of being awayWritten 17 November 2022
- Just popped in without appointment (it’s recommended though !) for a tasting. Very good wines and a decent tasting paddle. Took a bottle of port wine with us, which is awesome ! Will most definitely returnWritten 29 October 2023
- This is a lovely gallery set in the forest with a beautiful garden that’s reminiscent of a magical fairy garden. Beautiful woodwork including birds from sculptor Andre Vanne (of Feathers of Knysna fame).Written 21 July 2021
- As a group of 16, some inexperienced, we enjoyed our hike on the Warren River Loop Trail. The trail is well-marked, but before setting out, and especially if one is inexperienced, one should read up on the trail. It's important to know the trail marker and follow it. We didn't and we walked an extra 2 km at the start.
The mossy vegetation gave an ethereal feel. It was early spring, and it was forecast to rain, but it turned out that only light showers wet us, and the rain added to the beauty of the experience.
The walk beside the Warren River was the best. Since we walked the loop clockwise, after parking at the Bicentennial Tree, which turned out to be badly-advised, we had to struggle on the climb away from the river.
There were several camp grounds and picnic spots, which would be welcomed by visitors, either coming in vehicles, or like us, I foot.
A must-do, and one of the best trails in the State.Written 16 September 2021
- I’m so glad we found this gem! You have to book ahead and tastings cost $30 or $10 for non-drinkers. You can bring kids but I was glad we left our (older) kids at the holiday home so that we could relax and enjoy the experience.
Dave took us through the tastings, with his wife Monica bringing in food tastings to accompany the wines. The tastings were generous and we were able to taste a good variety of wines. There was absolutely no pressure to buy at the end but we really liked the rose and Prosecco and bought some bottles. The food was a real unexpected treat. I won’t spoil it, but the potatoes were awesome, and Dave’s homemade special was definitely my favourite!
This was a lovely, personal experience, we all enjoyed sitting round the table and enjoying these beautiful wines and local produce and a good chat with Dave. I would recommend this experience to anyone visiting the region. We will definitely be back!Written 15 April 2023
- This our family go to stop
Great for camping, fishing and 4WD
You will need to know how to 4x4 and let your bloody tires down
Plenty of views and just great to exploreWritten 14 July 2021
- Looks great, well thought out and planned. Very well marked excellent info on the maps you can get as experience levels are needed.Written 1 December 2022
- Peter Kovacsy Studio and Gallery was well worth a visit. Peter encourages you to spend time and enjoy his incredible art creations. We particularly loved the glass sculptures, inspired and reflecting nature. Peter was very generous with his time and showed us through his workshop, explained some of the process in making the glass and other sculptures and displayed some of his new works. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The beautiful works are available for purchase direct or through Peter’s website.Written 13 July 2021
- Only 3km from Pemberton, it has beautiful forest scenery and some picturesque walks of varying lengths from 1km to 10km. You can climb 80 metres up the Gloucester Tree if you are fit enough and don't have a fear of heights. We gave it a miss as it looks rather dangerous but young children were doing it with ease. Climbing the Gloucester Tree used to cost nothing but now they've put a national park around it you have to pay an entry fee. That's progress I suppose.Written 1 December 2020
- Unique 80m long artistic wall made of 2 sided panels lit at night to showcase the 10 artists' designs - inspired by the forest. Make sure you look at the panels from both sides. Don't miss the delightful children's designs of "What lives in the Forest"- set in pavers on both sides of the main street.Written 7 February 2019
- We arrived to the most amazing location and building. Enjoyed a great wine tasting with an incredibly friendly staff member. Amazing Rosé and Pinot and the Cider was fresh and classy. A must for anyone in the area. Would be a great place for a picnic too.Written 2 February 2019
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