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Climbing Trees

Diamond Tree

Located halfway between Pemberton and Manjimup the lookout is still used every summer as a forestry lookout tower as part of the Fire Prevention Network. It is also a popular tourist attraction. Parental permission is required for this 52m climb. Adults capable of climbing must be present.

Generally not recommended for students younger then Year 7 (12 year old & over).

Permission slip for climbing trees required.

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Gloucester Tree

Highest tree fire lookout in the world which is a popular tourist attraction. Parental permission is required for this 61m climb. Adults capable of climbing must be present. Generally not recommended for students younger then Year 7 (12 years & over). Hand feeding of the Western Rosella parrots a must do activity whilst at Gloucester Tree

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The Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree

The Bicentennial Tree was pegged as part of Australia’s Bicentennial in 1988. The tree is situated in the Warren National Park, a magnificent old growth forest. Parental permission is required for this 68m climb. Adults capable of climbing must be present. Generally not recommended for students younger then Year 7 (12 years old & over).

There is a platform at 30 and 68 metres.

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