WHAT TO SEE IN WA’S SOUTH

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - DESTINATION | WESTERN AUSTRALIA -

When it comes to what to do when vis­it­ing the re­gion, Tim Win­ton’s list is long but of­fered with the kind of pre­ci­sion of some­one who’s held the re­gion dear in their heart for as long as they can re­mem­ber.

1.

Go for a walk in the karri and tin­gle forests.

2.

Try hik­ing a short leg of the Bib­bul­mun Track from Walpole to Den­mark.

3.

Look up Gary Muir and take a proper guided tour of Nor­nalup In­let with WOW Wilder­ness. walpole.com.au

4.

Book a house­boat out of Walpole.

5.

Check out some of the cool spa re­treats in and around Den­mark.

6.

Al­bany has the in­cred­i­ble stretch of cliffs and beaches that in­clude the Nat­u­ral Bridge, the Blow­holes, the Gap and French­man Bay.

7.

The wine, on the whole, is fab­u­lous, from Al­bany’s Bunn shi­raz, to Castelli’s lovely es­tate pinot noir to my per­sonal ob­ses­sion, the hand­made wines of Mon­te­falco in the Porongu­rup area.

8.

Be­tween Walpole and Cheynes Beach, there are some of the best beaches in the world.

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