Warren National Park
Warren National Park
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Bornean
Perth, Australia1,537 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
As a group of 16, some inexperienced, we enjoyed our hike on the Warren River Loop Trail. The trail is well-marked, but before setting out, and especially if one is inexperienced, one should read up on the trail. It's important to know the trail marker and follow it. We didn't and we walked an extra 2 km at the start.
The mossy vegetation gave an ethereal feel. It was early spring, and it was forecast to rain, but it turned out that only light showers wet us, and the rain added to the beauty of the experience.

The walk beside the Warren River was the best. Since we walked the loop clockwise, after parking at the Bicentennial Tree, which turned out to be badly-advised, we had to struggle on the climb away from the river.

There were several camp grounds and picnic spots, which would be welcomed by visitors, either coming in vehicles, or like us, I foot.
A must-do, and one of the best trails in the State.
Written 16 September 2021
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Babs S
Perth, Australia92 contributions
Mar 2021
Visited some of this park during our Pemberton discovery tour - need a 4x4 would love to explore more
Written 2 April 2021
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DaleBbB
Perth, Australia734 contributions
Nov 2020
We drove into the park on the dirt road but found there weren't many signposts or places of interest. There are better and more interesting parks in the area.
Written 1 December 2020
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jonesey_e
Perth, Australia83 contributions
Jul 2020
We took the heartbreak trail and stopped off at all the scenic places along the way including the Bicentenial tree.
Written 26 July 2020
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tony k
Minneapolis, MN102 contributions
Nov 2019
Lots of nice trails and roads carved through magnificent karri forest..some nice picnic spots along the river at various places..nice all year round but especially in late winter and spring when its nice and wet with wildflowers
Written 19 November 2019
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Alice R
Hobart, Australia8,217 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
Came here to climb the tallest tree with average fitness levels, not disappointed and the weather was good - attempted late afternoon, the view from the top was worth it.
Written 17 October 2019
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Clint B
Perth, Australia100 contributions
Sep 2019
I would go here rather than the Gloucester tree. There is more to see in the park and the Bicentenial tree is slightly higher than the gloucester tree. But really they are both the same. Facilities are slightly better at Gloucester though.

A lot to see. The Heart break ridge drive is worth the time. There are lots of spots to stop and explore.
Written 23 September 2019
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globalJuergen
Erlangen454 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
put on your hiking shoes , laoed water and Cookies into your backpack and take on the 10.7 km Warren River loop, strenous but worthwhile
Written 9 November 2018
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akshaymay2981
Raipur, India2,202 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
Bicentennial Tress was the amazing attraction here where I went up the tree 75 meter above ground which was amazing experience and it's surrounded by trees where I felt back in era of nature
Written 20 August 2018
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Bruce L
Perth, Australia74 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
Well worth the drive through here , good dirt roads among the old growth Karri Trees
with the Warren River accessible to stop and picnic in a few spots or camp in places like Drafty's.
The one way road is a great idea with viewing areas to stop and go for a walk.
You can climb the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree if you are game which looks amazing from the ground , quite a few younger folk were up there and said it was a great view with a decent sized platform at the top....Good to see the OHS PC Mob haven't stopped this kind of activity without a harness , helmet & waiver yet.
Written 5 April 2018
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