Pemberton

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Pemberton was once a thriving township surrounded by towering karri forest for as far as the eye could see. It was also a logging town and consequently much of the forest has disappeared however remnants still exist and the feeling on being in the heart of karri country still permeates. The countryside around Pemberton is very picturesque with rolling hills and lush bushland, and it is the trees which still attract visitors. The township itself features a cluster of old workers’ cottages and many signs from the past.

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    Stonebarn Lodge

    Set amongst 160 acres of lush forest, a truffiere, rivers and dams in the picturesque Pemberton region, Stonebarn Lodge is a magnificent luxury retreat hidden along the unspoilt Warren River, a 15-minute drive from Pemberton or Manjimup and approximately 3.5 hours from Perth. Opening its doors in 2008, Stonebarn is a magnificent luxury lodge located […]

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    The Gloucester Tree

    On the edge of Pemberton township towers one of the tallest karri trees and one visitors are permitted to climb – the Gloucester Tree. There are 3 tall trees that visitors are permitted to climb in the Manjimup Shire, and this is probably the most famous. Originally the tree was used as a fire lookout […]

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    Lake Beedelup, Karri Valley

    Lake Beedelup is located in the Beedelup National Park, about 10 minutes drive from Pemberton and surrounded by magnificent Karri forests. The valley is one of the most scenic you pass through on the way from Margaret River to Pemberton, with the main attraction of the valley being the Karri Valley Lodge located right upon […]

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    Yeagarup Dunes

    Only 20km from Pemberton you come across this amazing contrast of nature – brilliant white sand dunes boarded by magnificent tall forests. Emanating from the coastal strip, they form a ten kilometre long body of sand being blown inland, swallowing the forest at a rate of about 4 metres each year. Tours to the dunes […]