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“An Ace Place”
Review of Four Aces

Four Aces
Reviewed 7 June 2016 via mobile

The four tall, straight, majestic karri trees that how grown from a fallen log are quite stunning. This is a great place for a photo shoot, with much variety in the vegetation and lighting. The path which leads through the bush and down to the bridge which once crossed the river on one tree log makes for a pleasant walk. We love this tranquil area, which is easily accessed with good facilities.

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Reviewed 8 March 2016

Not sure these particular four trees are worth a detour, but if passing it might be worth pausing to look. It is just four trees in a row.

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Reviewed 5 February 2016

I've driven by here many times, thinking that Four Aces must be some kind of accommodation place run by an owner who enjoyed poker! Not so - it refers to four very large trees, nicknamed the Four Aces.

There's a short walk trail here, and not a lot to see, admittedly. However, it's not really fair to judge the Four Aces on their own.

First of all, there's a short nature trail near the trees, that takes you for a walk in the bush, allowing you to admire the beautiful trees in this area.

Secondly, there's a slightly longer walk that brings you to One Tree Bridge. I'd actually recommend starting at One Tree Bridge and then doing a return walk to the Four Aces, because that way you do the uphill stretch first.

Only a short drive away, on the other side of the road is Glenoran Pool, which is also worth a look.

If you're passing through the area on Graphite Rd (e.g. between Nannup and Manjimup), and looking for a place to quickly stretch your legs, then the Four Aces is a good option and makes a good short stop. Alternatively, you can make a bigger outing of it, and check out One Tree Bridge, walk to the Four Aces and Back, and then drive over to Glenoran Pool (1km) and have a short walk there.

Thank AlbanyRick
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Reviewed 6 January 2016

So basically its four trees which when looked at from a particular angle, line up behind one another.

Its not exactly a freak of nature. If you have a big forested area this sort of thing is probably bound to happen somewhere amongst all those trees!

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