Warren National Park is located between Northcliffe and Pemberton and is home to the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, the tallest climbing tree in the world. Climb the 165 pegs to the cabin at the top of the 65 metre high tree, enjoy a picnic or BBQ, spend time birdwatching and search for orchids or fungi in season. Stroll along the short trail through the forest behind the tree, or for the more adventurous hike the 10.5km Warren Loop Trail through majestic old-growth forest in the Warren River valley.
The Heartbreak Trail is a 12km scenic drive that loops through the valley with picturesque picnic and camping areas to explore along the Warren River. Marvel at the size of the Karri growing in the valley from the Warren Lookout. Meander along the Warren Loop Walk Trail between Maidenbush, Heartbreak Crossing, Drafty’s Campsite and Warren Campsite, wet a line to catch a trout or launch a canoe at one of several canoe launching ramps along the river. Please be aware this drive is not suitable for caravans or larger motorhomes. https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/warren
Other National Parks in the region:
Greater Beedelup NP