Giant Tingle Tree, Circular Pool and Mount Frankland Discovery Centre.
This touring route begins on Hill Top Road, to the east of Walpole.
From Hilltop Lookout there are magnificent views of the majestic Nornalup Inlet.
A short walk through the forest leads to the Giant Tingle Tree.
From here you can continue back down to the highway, or follow the road to Circular Pool.
- Circular Pool is a delightful place to enjoy the forest. You can picnic, marron in season, canoe, take photos or simply breathe in the fresh air. Universally accessible paths lead to two viewing platforms that allow you to look over the Frankland River and down to Circular Pool or into the forest. There is a boardwalk around the pool below and a table is provided so that you can enjoy a peaceful picnic or meditate by the waters edge. Be aware of slippery rocks and supervise children near water.Please note, many of these roads are one way only and are not suitable for caravans.You can get to this site by: Two-wheel driveGPS: -34.9439, 116.8It is splendid in winter when the tannins in the water froth like cappuccino.
Return via a one-way road to North Walpole Road. (This route is unsealed and is unsuitable for caravans).
To return to Walpole, turn left.
To visit Mount Frankland, turn right and after 8km you will see a sign for the Swarbrick Art Trail (5OO-metre-return walk through the old growth karri forest past art installations and sculptures.
Continue North Walpole Road for 13km and you will see a turn off on the right to the Mt Frankland Discovery Centre (7km unsealed road unsuitable for caravans).
There are a ‘ number of fantastic walks on offer at the Mount Frankland site.
Return to Walpole via North Walpole Road, or take Hazelvale Road to the Valley of the Giants.
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