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“Nice Drive”

Warren National Park
Ranked #13 of 35 things to do in Pemberton
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Well worth the drive through here , good dirt roads among the old growth Karri Trees
with the Warren River accessible to stop and picnic in a few spots or camp in places like Drafty's.
The one way road is a great idea with viewing areas to stop and go for a walk.
You can climb the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree if you are game which looks amazing from the ground , quite a few younger folk were up there and said it was a great view with a decent sized platform at the top....Good to see the OHS PC Mob haven't stopped this kind of activity without a harness , helmet & waiver yet.

Thank Bruce L
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

We camped at Drafty's Camp for 6 days . Kayaked on The Warren River walked the Warren Track . We also saw Dave Evans Tree but didn't climb up it (I'm not good with heights) . Took a 4WD to Lake Jasper for a swim in the larges permanent fresh water lake in the South West.Drove the heartbreak trail and diverted off it and drove all the way to Yeagerup through the Forrest .

Thank Docker30
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

Definitely worth the detour off the Vasse Highway to drive through this beautiful forest. We visited the huge Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree just to have a look but we didn’t drive around heartbreak trail or go for a walk this time, however we have on previous visits to the Warren National Park. Even just driving through this forest is an uplifting experience.

Thank AngL25
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Reviewed 14 November 2017

Enjoyed revisiting this lovely park with good roads, great views from low and high but beware the biting insects at times! Revisited the Marianne North tree which had more meaning after we had seen her painting of this (among others) in her gallery in Kew Gardens, London.

Thank Stephen D
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

Not only is there the huge Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree to visit don't forget to do the loop along the Warren River. The forest is just beautiful with the huge forest giants but the Warren River is so peaceful and inviting. I would have loved to explore the river by kayak and there are quite a few places which have been built to launch a canoe. There are a couple of campsites along the river as well as day use areas.
It is a dirt road but it is in very good condition.

Thank Anita T
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