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Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree

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Best visited when its sunny

A great place to watch others climb this tree. Recently a Kari tree fell demolishing a shelter... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
pyro-patch
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Adelaide, Australia
This climb could be a bit difficult.

Located in the Warren national Park, a few kilometers away from the Gloucester tree, the... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2018
NKS01
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Perth, Australia
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A staircase encircles this 230-foot karri tree that allows visitors to climb to the top.
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| Warren National Park, Pemberton, Western Australia 6260, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A great place to watch others climb this tree. Recently a Kari tree fell demolishing a shelter, worth seeing! On the way out be adventurous and carefully navigate the "Heartbreak Trail" nearby. It will be your highlight of the region, particularly if you visit the...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2018

Located in the Warren national Park, a few kilometers away from the Gloucester tree, the Bicentennial Tree stands 18 meters taller than the nearest cousin. If you intend to climb the Bicentennial tree it is recommended that this be done first and then the Diamond...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Seriously tall tree!!! I managed to get to the first platform which is about 1/3 the way up the tree I guess. I made the mistake of looking down, and decided not to go any further. My 2 boys went to the top....11 & 12..they...More

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Reviewed 17 July 2018

The tree is an extremely tall Karri tree and my 69 year old husband climbed to the first platform with ease. It was originally used for spotting fires. It is in a National Park and there is a small fee. Just a very small walk...More

Thank Margaret K
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Great destination and all facilities provided. It is 65 metres high and I didn't do it but my partner did about 20 steps.

Thank SandyFord16
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Great walking trails, good facilities, tree is amazing, I only went up about a third, 65 meters high, amazing that anyone can climb. The trail heartbreak trail is also well worth the drive, bike ride or walk!

Thank Patrick K
Reviewed 23 May 2018

I enjoyed this climb which has a platform about a third of the way up, and a sign warning you that if you thought the first bit was hard you might wish to go back down from there! I found the steps up less scary...More

Thank lalibellulebleu
Reviewed 17 April 2018

Started to climb the tree and made it to the first platform. Wanted to go higher with someone else but too scared to go ti alone. this is a seriously high tree. But amazing view from even the first platform, I imagine the view from...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Great climb, 76 metres which is achievable with a reasonable level of fitness. Take your time, wear good footwear and don't look down.

Thank ginaandmark
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Quick stop in at the bicentennial tree today which was named after the climbing platform installation to commemorate 200yrs since colonization. Dave Evans is a local who went on to be a politician. Nice picnic spot.

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Tabasco_chill
10 August 2018|
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Response from Drover4 | Reviewed this property |
It was open when we were there in July-however, I wouldn't climb it if it was wet or windy. You wouldn't want to slip. It's a long way to fall!
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Sheldon W
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Response from Malvina K | Reviewed this property |
The daytime temp in January can be from 30 to 40 degrees. Hard to say. The attractions in the area are all basically centred around the forests. Lovely area.
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