Pemberton Visitor Centre

Pemberton Visitor Centre: Hours, Address, Pemberton Visitor Centre Reviews: 4.5/5

Pemberton Visitor Centre
4.5
Visitor Centres • History Museums
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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Visitor services for Pemberton and the Southern Forests region, accommodation & tour bookings, retail & gift items. Local area maps, guides, and insider knowledge on the region.
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MatthewJB
Cairns, Australia211 contributions
Dec. 2021 • Couples
We found ourselves at a bit of a loss about how to tackle our three days in Pemberton, as it was a last minute addition to our itinerary of SW WA. We visited the tourist information centre expecting to pick up a few brochures and be on our way; instead, we found an engaging, vivacious young women who could not have been more helpful. She inquired about our interests, highlighted some local sights, and planned our drive, complete with highlighted map, which we followed over the next 2 days. Various nature trails, waterfall sights, Big Brook Dam and beach (although the water was too cold for us Queenslanders to swim in), berry farms and eateries, and of course the Pemberton Tram. Individually, all these sights are unlikely to bring you to Pemberton, but together, they make up a varied itinerary for a few days. The vineyards looked enticing, although we had visited many in Denmark in the previous few days, and we were heading for Margaret River. There were no crowds (except the Tram which appeared fully booked for the 10.30 am trip on the Monday before Christmas), the roads uncrowded and the touring very relaxed. We had a delightful few days. We ate at the Source Cafe in the Main Street, and the Lavender and Berry Farm. Thanks to the helpful staff at the Tourist Information Centre we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Pemberton.
Written 21 December 2021
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wenjoh2403
Perth, Australia52 contributions
Dec. 2021
You can work out enough information in the surrounding area for reading material provided. They have a small showing if items on sale, like soaps, cards, tea towels etc.
Written 12 December 2021
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George D
7 contributions
Jun. 2021
Needed some info on wineries and annual National Park pass. Staff most helpful and friendly. Lots of info of local tourist attractions.
Written 16 June 2021
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Geoffrey F
Perth, Australia48 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
If you are interested in local history, then the timber museum is a must visit. You obtain your ticket ($3) from the Visitor Centre which gives you access to the timber museum which is a credit to those involved.
Written 29 May 2021
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gfsc5
Perth, Australia1,223 contributions
Mar. 2021 • Couples
We visited the Centre just after lunch and had a look at some of the things for sale and then some of the brochures on view. The section on restaurants was empty. We then headed down into the 'museum' area which had a random assortment of old bits and pieces on view. Also some old, fading photographs. Not a lot of description on the artefacts.

The surprising part of the visit is that the customer service officer at the front desk didn't acknowledge us as we arrived or when we left. So much for supporting tourism.
Written 24 March 2021
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John R
Sonning on Thames, UK73 contributions
Jan. 2021
What a lovely & helpful lady. We had a bad experience at the Augusta by the "sharp" lady there. Forgotten her name but she bent over backward to give us information about the local area.
Written 11 February 2021
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Pieter N
Perth, Australia33 contributions
Dec. 2020 • Family
Helpful information about what you can do in the area and always the first stop when coming into an area we’ve never been before.
The shop has some great presents to buy.
Written 28 December 2020
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Theresa D
Perth, Australia1,003 contributions
Dec. 2020
Lovely welcome to this spacious visitor centre. Good information available, local gifts and wifi. The small museum is worth a look. However- no toilet. It is up the road about 100m
Written 13 December 2020
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DaleBbB
Perth, Australia708 contributions
Nov. 2020
The staff were very helpful in suggesting things to do and see in the area but when it came to booking things we were told to do it online or by phoning the various operators. This is not what we've come to expect from Tourist Visitor Centres in Australia.
Written 1 December 2020
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Craig E
47 contributions
Oct. 2020
What a visitor centre should be, great atmosphere, great service. Lady that served us very knowledgeable and great bubbly personality. Margaret river Visitor centre could learn from this one.
Written 25 October 2020
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