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16 March 2013
6 April 2013
The clear, crisp air and a magical landscape of magnicient karri, marri and tingle forests, vine clad hillsides, fertile orchards, dramatic cliffs and white sandy beaches with exhilarating views across the vast Southern Ocean. All this awaits you on a visit to the Southern Forests region.
The Southern Forest region is about 307km from Perth in the beautiful southwest corner of Western Australia. The region begins just outside Manjimup, where agricultural land dotted with tall stands of magnificient karri trees. Further south is the timber town of Pemberton where the forest is more established, with many karri trees well over 300 years. Towards the southern coast lies the small town of Northcliffe surrounded by towering forests and rich coastal plains and wetlands. On the south coast of the state surrounded by the Walpole Nornalup National Park, is the idyllic town of Walpole, an ideal location from which to explore the beautiful forests and beaches of the area.