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Stopped to check out the Diamond Tree which is about 52 metres tall.
The tree is located just of the highway and is a short 10 metre walk from the car park.
When we got there a person was just climbing down and when asked...More
Great for a morning exercise. Not for the faint hearted nor height challenged. Cool head and great lungs are needed. This one is for free too not like the Gloucester tree which will cost you $12 to climb.
Got up there with little children although, that might not be recommended. There's no safety net or anything and most human beings could easily fit through the rungs. It's shorter than other climbing trees around the general region, however it's still pretty high up.
Worth a quick look if you are travelling past. Lots of info about the tree and how the lookout has been used to watch for forest fires. One of three trees in the area. You can climb if you are adventurous or just watch someone...More
Oh wow what a tree climb!! Definitely call in just off the highway to take a look. The climb was a little too serious for us but we did try a couple of the low rungs just to get a feel for it. Parking for...More
We are in Manjimup for the Cherry Festival and to see the wonderful forests of trees we have been told about.
The Diamond tree was imposing to say the least. The Lookout is at the top of the tree 52 metres above the ground and...More
This remarkable huge huge trees have been used to watch out for fires in the national parks. It is one of three trees that have been used as a fire observatory. Fascinating to see brave people climb the rods all the way to the top....More
I've been up the Gloucester and Bi Centennial Tres a few times, but hadn't had the chance to climb the Diamond before. It's always a wonderful experience reaching the top and taking in the magnificent views. Can't go down south without climbing one of those...More