“The First Thing We Noticed Was the Massive Karri Trees”

Driving into this area from down south was a beautiful drive and the first thing we noticed was the massive Karri Trees.  We took a few detours and just drove through the various forest drives, camping for a night among the trees.

We drove through the area quite a few times, being able to see the forest in different lighting was awesome.  Some days were a bit foggy other days it was brilliant sunlight.  There are heaps or tracks and also a few walks and lookouts.  Definitely a hidden gem and a place we really loved visiting.

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