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All reviews warren national park great climb worth the climb half way afraid of heights chicken wire take your time dirt road steel bars easy climb coming down good luck worth the effort viewing platform western australia karri forest tree
Didnt manage to climb the tree but seeing people within my group climbing is as fascinating. Cooling weather all around will make the visit worthworth many folds. Hardly seen such activity, a unique first to many of us. A good to visit place.
If you have seen the Sequoia or Redwood in California, you may think there is no point in seeing the shorter Karri. Well, being able to climb the tree makes it a totally different experience.
We went to both the Gloucester and the Bicentennial. Between...More
Arrived at this beautiful tree to find a 70 year old man who had just finished his climb. He'd done the three tall trees in the one day in his travels of SW WA. The tree is amazing, this man was more so. Well done...More
A great place to watch others climb this tree. Recently a Kari tree fell demolishing a shelter, worth seeing! On the way out be adventurous and carefully navigate the "Heartbreak Trail" nearby. It will be your highlight of the region, particularly if you visit the...More
Located in the Warren national Park, a few kilometers away from the Gloucester tree, the Bicentennial Tree stands 18 meters taller than the nearest cousin. If you intend to climb the Bicentennial tree it is recommended that this be done first and then the Diamond...More
Seriously tall tree!!! I managed to get to the first platform which is about 1/3 the way up the tree I guess. I made the mistake of looking down, and decided not to go any further. My 2 boys went to the top....11 & 12..they...More