Explore: Take a climbing tree challenge at Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree

Challenge yourself with a climb up the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree in the Warren National Park near Pemberton.  This is the tallest climbing tree in the world and one of only two climbing trees open to the public for climbing in WA. At 75 metres and 165 pegs, it is the tallest of the two, the other being the Gloucester Tree in the Gloucester National Park (see the activity for 17 September).

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Entry and/or ticket charges apply


Sep 23 2019


Warren National Park