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“Araluen Botanic Park is a very special place nestled in a unique deep forested valley in the Darling Range. It comprises a tranquil botanic garden of both natural and developed beauty, providing four seasons of relaxing activity. Whatever time you visit Araluen, you will find the streams flowing, plenty of grassy areas on which to enjoy a barbeque or picnic and many delightful bush walks. Heavenly gardens featuring both exotic and native species have been created in this heritage-listed setting of rich, loamy soils and high rainfall. Magnificent culturally significant terraced gardens, timber and stone structures, water features and mature trees from the basis of the park. Popular in spring for its tulips and other magnificent spring blooms, Araluen holds great attraction for weddings, photography, bird-watching and family get-togethers. The Araluen Train, complete with recorded commentary, is a popular attraction during the peak spring flowering season. Events include childrens activities during school holidays, Art in the Park on the last Sunday of every month and Carols by Torchlight in December. Araluen has a proud past. Established in 1929 as a holiday resort for the Young Australia League, it now clearly exudes the beauty and ambience of a bygone era. Facilities include the Chalet Healy log cabin tearooms and Roundhouse gift shop, both complete with open log fires in winter. Electric BBQs are available all year round on the central concourse area, while wood-fired BBQs are scattered throughout the park and operate in non-fire restricted times. All amenities contain disabled and parenting facilities and free wheelchair hire is available at the entry. Electric gophers are also available at a modest hire cost for those with mobility restrictions. Araluen Botanic Park is proudly supported by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.”
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“Lesmurdie Falls located in the Lesmurdie Falls National Park in the hills east of Perth, are one of the more spectacular waterfalls on the Darling Range escarpment. Commencing at the top, this moderate two kilometre walk circuit meanders down to the base of the falls, up close to the lush vegetation, and is quite unique for the Perth area. This Top Trail starts on the top of the falls where Lesmurdie book tumbles over the Darling Range Escarpment. Walking down the hill, it follows the brook until it reaches a bridge at the top of the falls. Stand at the top and look over the fall of water. The trail continues down to the picnic area at the base of the hills. From here there is a trail that leads to the base of the falls. This is more like a waterfall in New Zealand than in Perth. The lush vegetation grows where the bubbling brook hits the base of the waterfall. The climb up the hill to return to the car park is steep but short. Enjoy morning tea or lunch in the near by Kalamunda Village.”
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“Cohunu Koala Park is open every day (except Christmas Day) from 10am to 4pm. Cohunu Koala Park is located on fourteen hectares of natural Australian bushland. Come and make friends with some of the unique Australian fauna living in the park. Stroll the bush tracks and pathways. Hand feed many of the free roaming animals. Have a chat with over 30 talking parrots, see dingoes, kangaroos, emus, deer and koalas, just to name a few of the animals that live at the park. Take a ride on the Cohunu Park Railway for $4, it zig zags its way throughout the park most weekends & public holidays (subject to weather conditions) . Things To Do: Explore the park and hand feed the friendly kangaroos, wallabies and other wildlife. Cuddle a Koala for a souvenir photo. Visit the Australian souvenir shop with its local products. Pose for a photo with one of our many dinosaur replicas. Come and make friends with the animal kingdom. Emus, wallabies, owls, dingos and deers, are only a few of the other animals that can be fed at the park. Make sure you bring your camera. If you forget don’t worry, we can supply disposable cameras and film to really make your stay a memorable one. Cohunu is a photographers paradise, with spectacular shots of native wildlife in natural settings. For the perfect unique souvenir why not have a digital photo holding one of our cuddly koalas. Photographic sessions from 10am-4pm daily. It’s a wonderful experience providing a treasured memory of your day visiting Cohunu Koala Park”
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“Just over half an hour from Perth, Ellis Brook Valley Reserve is one of the easiest ways to experience one of the richest wildflower displays on the planet. The reserve is home to over 550 varieties of spring wildflowers, with walk trails to suit all abilities. It’s a seven minute drive from the nearby town of Gosnells and only a 35 minute drive from Perth to reach what many locals consider to be the best place to view wildflowers in the Perth area. The wildflowers, brook and Sixty Foot Falls are at their best in September or October, after good winter rains. Bring a picnic or cook lunch on the reserve’s gas barbeques, and see if you can spot the furry and feathered residents, including kangaroos, possums, echidnas and some of the 116 bird species found here. There are four trails, ranging from the Easy Walk Trail (wheelchair accessible), to the challenging two-kilometre Sixty Foot Falls loop which will reward you with spectacular valley and city views, as well as a fascinating insight into the area’s geology at the old Barrington Quarry.”
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“The hiking trails are excellent and the views of the waterfall are very scenic.”
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“Scenic trails up to Lesmurdie Falls. Beautiful nature surrounding. Breath taking views of Perth City and horizons. 20 minutes walking and 5 minutes by car from your accommodation. ”
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“Beautiful lake in the centre of Armadale, a bridge over the lake allows you to cross the lake. Lawns around the lake make for relaxing afternoons. The Scots Highland Games are held in September each year, Fireworks on New Years Day and Carols in the Park before Christmas”
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“The famous track is only a short drive away, try walking a part of the track and then come back home and relax with a wine and a BBQ in the serenity of the retreat.”
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“The Bibbulmun Track is a long-distance walk trail in Western Australia. It runs from Kalamunda in the east of Perth to Albany, and is 1,003.1 kilometres long. It is managed by government agencies, and has a foundation.”
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