Things to do in Pemberton

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Things to Do in Pemberton

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  • Pang O
    Perth, Australia493 contributions
    The last time we visited this tree was about 30 years ago and it still stands tall, strong and majestic. Brings back memories.
    Written 6 June 2022
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  • WillN55
    Perth, Australia147 contributions
    Climb on a dry day so that the rungs are not slippery. Wear good enclosed non-slip shoes. Views on a clear day are fascistic
    Written 4 October 2021
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  • squeaky0
    Perth, Australia12 contributions
    Love having a ride through the trees on the tram. The driver was funny & knowledgeable & the staff in the ticket office happy & informative! One of our fav things to do in Pemby.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Deborah y
    Adelaide, Australia235 contributions
    A lovely gentle 4km walk passing the dam and walking past the bush. Don’t forget to look up at the magnificent trees. The path is wide enough for 2, good quality bitumen. There is a beach where swimming is allowed. You can even take the dog
    Written 9 May 2022
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  • JElliot32
    New South Wales, Australia3,324 contributions
    Unfortunately we only got to see one part of the National Park - the Beedelup Falls, about 20 mins drive west of Pemberton and certainly worthy of a stop. Highlights were the 2km circuit track through the majestic Karri forest, the falls themselves - not a sheer drop, more of a cascade - and the suspension bridge across the creek. For us another treat was a family of Splendid Fairy Wrens that we watched flitting around for a while. The track is wheelchair accessible as far as the viewing platform above the falls, but then is a bit up and down on the other side of the suspension bridge. Still very manageable for anyone of average fitness.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Kathy S
    Perth, Australia13 contributions
    Natures Window is just stunning. And only 300m from carpark, wheelchair friendly. Lovely drive from Pemberton to Northcliffe to Windy Harbour.
    Written 13 February 2022
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  • Leanne F
    Bunbury, Australia365 contributions
    This our family go to stop
    Great for camping, fishing and 4WD
    You will need to know how to 4x4 and let your bloody tires down
    Plenty of views and just great to explore
    Written 14 July 2021
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  • Maritime_Historian
    World504 contributions
    This is a lovely gallery set in the forest with a beautiful garden that’s reminiscent of a magical fairy garden. Beautiful woodwork including birds from sculptor Andre Vanne (of Feathers of Knysna fame).
    Written 21 July 2021
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  • Charlie G
    Perth, Australia133 contributions
    Been coming here for years to fish for beautiful rainbow trout. These days you need to get here at weekends, but you can ring up Justin and he’ll open it for you mid week, as he did for us. We caught 6 fish in an hour, had the place to ourselves. Stunning setting.
    Written 29 February 2020
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  • Bornean
    Perth, Australia1,430 contributions
    As a group of 16, some inexperienced, we enjoyed our hike on the Warren River Loop Trail. The trail is well-marked, but before setting out, and especially if one is inexperienced, one should read up on the trail. It's important to know the trail marker and follow it. We didn't and we walked an extra 2 km at the start.
    The mossy vegetation gave an ethereal feel. It was early spring, and it was forecast to rain, but it turned out that only light showers wet us, and the rain added to the beauty of the experience.

    The walk beside the Warren River was the best. Since we walked the loop clockwise, after parking at the Bicentennial Tree, which turned out to be badly-advised, we had to struggle on the climb away from the river.

    There were several camp grounds and picnic spots, which would be welcomed by visitors, either coming in vehicles, or like us, I foot.
    A must-do, and one of the best trails in the State.
    Written 16 September 2021
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  • Brenden L
    Perth, Australia32 contributions
    Spent a week doing the green and blue trails. Good fun, a lot different to the Margaret River trails. More roots, rocks and branches. Could do with a little more signage and info on the tracks.
    Written 21 September 2020
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  • DaleBbB
    Perth, Australia720 contributions
    Only 3km from Pemberton, it has beautiful forest scenery and some picturesque walks of varying lengths from 1km to 10km. You can climb 80 metres up the Gloucester Tree if you are fit enough and don't have a fear of heights. We gave it a miss as it looks rather dangerous but young children were doing it with ease. Climbing the Gloucester Tree used to cost nothing but now they've put a national park around it you have to pay an entry fee. That's progress I suppose.
    Written 1 December 2020
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  • JElliot32
    New South Wales, Australia3,324 contributions
    Found this to be an excellent tourist information office, not only with regards Pemberton but on the entire Southwst of WA. The centre has a lot of room to display maps, photos, brochures and other information and very good use is made of this. I would also like to commend the lone woman on duty when we visited the centre on a Saturday afternoon. She was a terrific source of local info and made useful suggestions about how to best organise our local sightseeing plans. All up, extremely helpful
    Written 1 June 2022
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  • SMDPerth
    Perth, Australia5 contributions
    Peter Kovacsy Studio and Gallery was well worth a visit. Peter encourages you to spend time and enjoy his incredible art creations. We particularly loved the glass sculptures, inspired and reflecting nature. Peter was very generous with his time and showed us through his workshop, explained some of the process in making the glass and other sculptures and displayed some of his new works. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The beautiful works are available for purchase direct or through Peter’s website.
    Written 13 July 2021
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  • Rafaela
    Fremantle, Australia19 contributions
    Lovely view, we did a quick stop to try their wines. We got two tasting paddles and we were able to try some of their olives and cheese. Definitely worth a visit !!
    Written 20 October 2020
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