Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Walpole

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Walpole-Nornalup National Park is a national park in the South West region of Western Australia, 355 km (221 mi) south of Perth. It is famous for its towering karri and tingle trees. Red tingle trees are unique to the Walpole area.

The park is part of the larger Walpole Wilderness Area that was established in 2004, an international biodiversity hotspot.
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  • This Park offers spectacular coastal views and in season the chance to spot a whale or two. A viewing platform at Conspicuous Cliffs provides this viewing opportunity. Or take a stroll east along...  more »
  • From the coast to the Tingle forests this park is vast and has a variety of activities and suits a range of interests. We did the everything at the Valley of the Giants, Hilltop drive including the.....  more »
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  • Lovely place, great for peace and quiet, great fishing spots. Tingles bakery is an awesome spot for coffee and cake or pie all baked fresh daily on site, delicious 😍
  • Love fishing here catch Bream, King George Whiting, Skippy, Stingray 😉, Seagulls🤔, Flathead so on
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