This long weekend we took our last camping trip in Western Australia before we leave to go back to Victoria. The drive to Pemberton took us 5 hours with stops, the girls were over it ( are we there yet). It is a very pretty part of the country and reminded us of the highlands of Victoria, tall tree's undulating hills, wildlife. Our camping spot was nestled in a valley with a creek and fallen logs for the kids to climb across and explore.
The nights were the coldest we had experienced since living here with it dropping to 5 degree's.
We had lots of adventures wandering along trails, finding ant nests, feeding birds, climbing trees, discovering stingray's. It really was a great weekend and a wonderful end to our stay in WA.
Andy starting the climb up the Bicentennial Tree, which is over 60 meters high. There are no safety harnesses or nets, just a bit of chook wire around the outside, you just hang on and climb the rungs that are embedded in the tree. There was no way I was going up.