National ParkWildflowers, waterfalls and history - what more could you want? Essential information for all parks of Australia's South WestEssential information for all parks of Southern Forests - PembertonHorizontal TabsWelcomeSites & Activities Previous Pause Next Universal Access Contact Information Pemberton Sites & ActivitiesPhone: +61 (0)8 9776 1207Send Email Opening InformationOpen every day Park Location15 km SE Northcliffe Park Activities Bushwalking Park InformationBoorara Gardner National Park is tucked into the forest 17 kilometres south-east of Northcliffe and is full of surprises. It contains majestic stands of karri and marri forest that are full of wildflowers in spring. Over 30 species of orchids have been found in this park. Stop off at the Boorara Tree, one of the last fire lookouts to be built in the 1950’s. From a cabin built at the top of the tree, the towerperson would scan the surrounding forest for any sign of smoke. The cabin and lower climbing pegs have been removed for safety reasons but you can explore a replica cabin on the ground near the tree. Lane Poole Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls to be encountered in the karri forest. It is at its best in winter when the Canterbury River cascades 12 metres over the polished granite rocks into foaming pools below. Alternate / Previous Names: Boorara Gardner National Park (unofficial name) Sites & Activities Activities Bushwalking Facilities Dogs Allowed? Campground Load all sites... ReviewsReviewsYou must be signed in to add a review, simply Click here to create an account or loginNo reviews posted, be the first to add a review. Flora & Fauna ALA Integration Page Content The Atlas of Living Australia (Atlas) contains information on all the known species in Australia aggregated from a wide range of data providers: museums, herbaria, community groups, government departments, individuals and universities. Sites & Activities Visit the Atlas of Living Australia page for this area.