Walpole YHA

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Things to do in Walpole YHA

Walpole is situated in the middle of the 18,000 hectare Walpole-Nornalup National Park. Forests of Tingle and Karri trees and unspoilt coastline.

From the Walpole YHA hostel you can visit the famous Tree Top Walk and Ancient Empire. See the Giant Tingle Tree, the largest girthed living eucalypt known in the world.Take a hike in the surrounding forest, including the Bibbulmun Track. Tours available from the Walpole YHA hostel.

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Hire yourself a bike and get peddling! Enquire about prices at reception. 


Tours & activities related to this hostel

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3-Day South West Tour

SAVE WITH YHA. Explore remarkable places in Western Australia’s spectacular South West. This unique part of the world is an experience you won’t forget
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6 Or 8 Day Perth To Exmouth

Travel the Western Australian Coast from Perth to Exmouth and see all the best bits
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6-Day Camping Escape Secrets of Esperance

Experience all the highlights of Western Australia’s Epic South West. Explore Cape Le Grand, Valley of the Giants, Wave Rock and so much more.
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9 Day Perth To Adelaide Wildlife Adventure

Book with YHA and SAVE over $100 Take in the most stunning coastal scenery as you journey across the spectacular Nullarbor
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Margaret River Day Tour from Perth

Experience the sights and flavors of the South West including Busselton Jetty, Mammoth Cave, Augusta, Margaret River Wineries and a Boutique Brewery. Save $20 with YHA!
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Valley of The Giants - Tree Top Walk

Walk the Ancient Empire, a remarkable pocket of Tingle Forest, climb Diamond Tree Lookout and the enjoy the Tree Top Walk, a 600 meter long elevated walkway through the forest canopy.

FREE things to do in Walpole

  1. Head to the Circular Pools. A fantastic spot to picnic, walk and most importantly, swim in while being surrounded by stunning views.
  2. Visit the Giant Tingle Tree. Native to only this region of WA, the red tingle trees are large enough that groups of people can stand inside the hollowed out trunk.
  3. Put on your hiking boots and head to Mount Frankland for some fantastic scenic walks and hikes for all levels of fitness.

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