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Parents and children all enjoyed the waterfall and short walk. Took about half an hour to walk the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Chris T
Fremantle, Australia
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Great bushland setting and walk

Just the place to go if you are looking for an accessable bit of karri forest along with views of... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Brian L
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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22 km W of Pemberton, Pemberton, Western Australia 6270, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Parents and children all enjoyed the waterfall and short walk. Took about half an hour to walk the short loop around the top of the waterfall and over the swing bridge. That was with 2 young children so was quite a slow pace. Worth the...More

Thank Chris T
Reviewed 5 days ago

Just the place to go if you are looking for an accessable bit of karri forest along with views of remnant bits of natual rain fed stream. The walk includes a suspension bridge over the valley - The falls are great in winter when there...More

Thank Brian L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a great time to visit Beedelup Falls and National Park - everything is so green and lush and the falls are stunning. Check out the suspension bridge too!

Thank PerthSquirrel
Reviewed 17 June 2018

There are few places in WA that are this green. Our friends from New Zealand were not as impressed as we were. How wonderful that this place is accessible to the public.

Thank Jane S
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

Some magnificent trees— both standing and fallen—populate this lovely park. The ‘walk through’ tree may not be worth the steeply slopes climb to get there but otherwise a 90 minute stroll in this park— and a coffee at the neighbouring resort— is well worth the...More

1  Thank smjaffee
Reviewed 11 June 2018

Beedelup Falls has been really well thought out. You park and get out to walk, you have two ways to go. Once you pick one it then circles the falls to get the best vantage. The swing/sway bridge was a nice surprise. There are also...More

Thank Theresa B
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

I have visited the Beedelup National Park several times in my life, and I thoroughly recommend it for the nature lover and those seeking a wetland experience. Absolutely pristine!

Thank Troy_Travels7
Reviewed 22 May 2018

We took several walks and enjoyed the waterfalls and the vegetation. Saw a few wild birds to add to our list.

Thank TexJo
Reviewed 25 April 2018 via mobile

Beedalup National Falls encompasses an incredible view of cascading waterfalls running over a 100m drop of solid granite rock. The sound of rushing water over the rapids and down the falls is the most beautiful and mesmerising experience a person could EVER experience. The walk...More

Thank Matthew W
Reviewed 6 April 2018

It was a good stop and an easy walk , loved the swing bridge and the views were good from the platform if you didn't want to walk the circuit but I think it would be better in winter or after decent rain as the...More

1  Thank Waitin4lotto
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Yuki L
3 March 2017|
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Response from Geraldine L | Reviewed this property |
If you just do the paved walk to the falls probably 30 minutes. But there are walking trails you can do too.
Jodie J
28 October 2016|
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Response from 1966ginny | Reviewed this property |
apparently they are pleasant all year but the best time to see them in full flow is winter and spring. I have only seen them in late winter/early spring and they were lovely then.
Vincent C
24 September 2016|
Response from Balitragic | Reviewed this property |
If you key in Karri Valley or Pemberton that is the closest landmark/town. Tourist information centres will help you from there.