On my second day exploring WA I saw this view of a Karri forest with the iconic red dirt road. Most of the old growth Karri forest of WA has been cut down, but a few big stands still remain in a few National Parks and some isolated trees in state forest. In the later part of the 1800's when the trees were being felled the wood was shipped back to the European markets and used as paving blocks for roads in London and other cities. I heard that they still dig this wood up in the streets of London.
This impressive stand is just above the Warren River along a one way road through the park.