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All reviews suspension bridge karri valley resort short walk national park viewing platform pleasant walk water flowing lots of parking wheelchair access tranquil setting pretty waterfall beautiful lake winter season the main highway return walk well worth the stop sealed road
Beautiful especially after heavy rainfall to walk among the magnificent Karri trees and enjoy the birds and the smell of the forest. Walking tracks and suspension bridge make it a perfect place to visit.
Great walking trails allow for up close and personal experience of the grand Karri trees and many native plants and wildflowers. The waterfall, swing bridge and path surrounding allows for unique aspects of this wonderful stretch of forest. Well formed paths allow for kilometres of...More
Easy drive and walk to the falls. They were spectacular as it had rained recently. There is a viewing platform for the less agile as well as a little suspension bridge over the falls for the less faint hearted & for a great photo opportunity.
We went recently after a lot of rainfall. The falls were spectacular. Sealed road into the car park. Lots of parking and enough for caravans and campers too. Wheelchair access to the falls and for prams. Though you can only walk around the full path...More
Parents and children all enjoyed the waterfall and short walk. Took about half an hour to walk the short loop around the top of the waterfall and over the swing bridge. That was with 2 young children so was quite a slow pace. Worth the...More
Just the place to go if you are looking for an accessable bit of karri forest along with views of remnant bits of natual rain fed stream. The walk includes a suspension bridge over the valley - The falls are great in winter when there...More
Some magnificent trees— both standing and fallen—populate this lovely park. The ‘walk through’ tree may not be worth the steeply slopes climb to get there but otherwise a 90 minute stroll in this park— and a coffee at the neighbouring resort— is well worth the...More