Things to see / do
There are infinite great reasons to stay in the Walpole Wilderness area from the stunning wildlife and vacant beaches to country style living in the heart of the Ficifolia Tree Belt.
Stillness at Red Rock
Rapids of Circular Pool
A Moment of contemplation
Beauty of Quarrum Rocks
Visit the local lookout on Nut Road
Let your inner artist emerge whilst visiting its peak
Staying at Nutkin Lodge you are just moments from Adventure or Tranquillity.
Upcoming events for 2013
27th Apr - Walpole - ANZAC Markets
January to Mid February - Ficifolia Tree Bloom - LATE BLOOMING in progress April 2013
Mid Feb to End April - Fishing (Salmon Run)
March - Walpole Wilderness Art & Craft Fair
March - Taste the Great Southern Festival Denmark
June - long weekend 2012 is the Festival of Voice by Denmark Arts
June to September - Whale Watching as they travel to their birthing grounds.
As seen on http://www.australiassouthwest.com.au website
August to December - Wildflower season Join us and you too can explore 100+ acres of natural bush/flowers when you step off your balcony
29th September to 14th October - Southern Art Trail Art exhibitions from many amazing artists in the Southwest
Sept/Oct School Holidays - Loads of fun in the Shires of Manjimup & Denmark with a myriad of activities for the cherubs.
October - Taste of Spring in Denmark Markets, stalls, exhibitions and more
Late October & November - Whale Watching as they return home with their new calves and the platform is only 6km from your doorstep!
Dec/Jan School Holidays - Loads of fun in the Shires of Manjimup & Denmark with a myriad of activities for the cherubs.
December - Christmas at the Bay - Don't miss the fantastic Peaceful Bay Xmas party
Irwin Inlet Mouth
Rame Head, Banksia Camp and Dolomite Dyke
- A 4wd journey into picturesque coastlines.
Flag Hill Lookout
Nornalup to Denmark Heritage Rail Trail
Stroll along the Peaceful Bay walkway
VOG Winery & Organic Olive Grove
Dinosaur World & Native Fauna Park
Valley of the Giants
Tree Top and Ancient Empire Walks
Visit the Valley from a different perspective - canoe, cruise or fish at the gorgeous Frankland River
20kms to 50kms:
Giant Tingle Tree
Swarbrick Art Loop
Tingle Valley Lookout
Kent River Siding
Alpaca Wildlife Farm
½ to full day trips include:
Walpole, Denmark, Mt Barker, Albany
WOW River Eco Cruises from Walpole
Naturally Walpole Tours
Local Markets and fun days
Other coastal destinations like Boat Harbour, William Bay, Green’s Poole etc
Relish in the silence of Hush Hush Beach
The above list provides only a small sample of attractions within this region.
Please view the following links if you would like to know more.
Photographs on this page are copyright protected (c). Red Rock, Quarrum Rocks, Red Tingle, Rame Head, Banksia Camp, Hush Hush Beach, Frankland River, Red Tingle at VOG, Castle Rock & Little Long Point are courtesy of photographer Michael Filby of Walpole WA. VOG tingle tree with persons kindly provided by Bibbulmun Track Foundation. Nut Road painting by Gail Guthrie at Ayr Sailean.