After leaving Perth we have stayed at two night in free camps in the southern forest it is a MASSIVE forest with enormous old trees. They are Karri, Marri, Jarrah and Tingle trees. On the first night we made things out of fallen trees to play on. The second camp was near a waterfall that looked like coke because the dead leaves have fallen and changed the colour of the water. It made the water very foamy. We drove through Pemberton and went to the Gloucester tree. It is a 53 metre tall tree with metal bars sticking out of the tree in the shape of a ladder going around and around the trunk. Dad climbed all the way up to the top of the tree to a platform and he could see everything. He said it was the scariest thing he's ever done. Today we drove to Walpole and went to the valley of the giants. There we did the treetop walk. It is 40 metres high above the ground. We saw so many massive trees. We also went on a ground walk. You could walk through the big trees that had been burnt hollow. After that we drove to Denmark. A bit out of Denmark we stopped at a place that had reptiles, big dinosaur skeletons (moulds) and lots of cool birds, we got to hold some birds plus a python and the bearded dragons. We are staying in Denmark for the next two nights to explore more of the area.