Diamond Tree

Diamond Tree, Manjimup: Address, Phone Number, Diamond Tree Reviews: 4.5/5

Diamond Tree
4.5
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KylieIsTravelling
Perth, Australia3,808 contributions
View from below
Jul 2021 • Solo
You can’t claim the Diamond Tree any more, due to degradation of the tree making it unsafe to climb.

They’ve removed quite a few of the lower rungs, and also fenced off the tree so you can’t climb, however I wasn’t interested in viewing this tree for the climb.

There’s a lot of history here which is fascinating to read, and makes it worth a visit to understand more about the history.
Written 16 August 2021
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mjail5
Perth, Australia1,003 contributions
Can't Climb but Worth A Look
Jul 2020
The Diamond Tree was one of 3 trees that one could climb in the South West. However, since July 2019, the Diamond Tree is no longer accessible. I only gave a 3 star rating as we visited and climbed the other 2 trees in Pemberton ie the Gloucester and Dave Evans Bicentennial trees. If you are not visiting either trees, then by all means come and have a look at the Diamond Tree and be amazed at the remarkable construction of the cabin at the top and do go for a trail walk. The toilets here are also exceptionally clean and with handwash.
Written 12 July 2020
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Rudi 'n' Mim
Perth, Australia85 contributions
Look up not Look out
Jun 2020 • Couples
Whilst it remains a good place to visit, the lower parts of the ladder have been removed and you can no longer climb to the look out.
Written 31 May 2020
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Kathy B
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia358 contributions
An interesting sight
Oct 2019
This was a firespotters tree and to see it gives a great idea of what it would have been like to workin this area. Quite awe inspiring and in a lovely area of bush with some good walks around it.
Written 19 October 2019
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Sam Tsui
Perth, Australia41 contributions
have already closed
Jul 2019
When I went there in early July, I could still see this view among the huge trees. On July 10, the local government announced that they closed this site and no one can climb the tree again
Written 4 September 2019
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Steven B
Mandurah, Australia45 contributions
Can't climb anymore
Aug 2019 • Couples
They have taken pegs away. You can't climb it anyway. So don't go there as you will be wasting your time
Written 13 August 2019
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Graham E
Sydney, Australia125 contributions
Looks more risky than reality
Apr 2019 • Family
Always wanted to climb one of these giants of SW WA and today was the day

While not the highest to be climbed in this area, Diamond Tree is certainly a mighty example of the magnificent karri trees

Climbing is facilitated by large easy to hold steel bars at good spacing, with a half way platform providing a good space for me to wait while teenager boy went past to easily summit tree.

Fantastic views of surrounding forest from top

Written 20 April 2019
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Fergalicous
Perth, Australia30 contributions
worth a look and for those brave enough a climb to the top
Mar 2019 • Friends
set amongst a forest of tall timber, with an enchanting view. Car park access close to the main road so easy to access.
Written 19 March 2019
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STU
Mandurah, Australia276 contributions
One big tree
Jan 2019 • Family
The story behind these trees and what the people had to endure back in the day.
You can climb the tree if your up to it but it is 52mts tall.
Be prepared of what goes up must come down.

We didn’t climb but would’ve given quite the view of the area.
Some info in the hut to read also.
Large car parks and big enough for caravan and buses
Written 26 January 2019
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Nigel H
Perth, Australia1,041 contributions
Too Close to the road to be peaceful
Dec 2018 • Couples
The Diamond Tree is just off the main road, and here its not as peaceful as the other trees in the area. You can climb the stakes to the top of the tree, with just enough room to pass others going up or coming down. Not for the faint hearted of very young.
There is an information board giving details of the tree and the area, and a small circular walk into the trees and back.
Written 16 January 2019
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