Pemberton Attractions

Where sand invades forest, Yeagarup Dunes is situated in the Pemberton area of Western Australia, a natural phenomenon every traveller should see for themselves. Making a move into the forested region...
8km S of Pemberton. 2km from the Bicenntenial Tree. Rods available or BYO. Fly Fishing for the enthusiast.
Guided tours & restaurant.
The latest and tallest addition to the climbable karri trees.
Changes from a gentle stream in summer to a raging torrent in winter.
This area of 15sq km features a series of rocky cascades falling a total of 107 metres.
Circa 1897. 140 stalls from fresh local food stuffs to bric-a-brac. Lively & diverse.
The highest fire lookout tree in the world. Built in 1947, the cabin sits 61 metres above the ground in the trunk of the karri. The forests of Pemberton-Northcliffe are patrolled from 36 fire lookouts...
You can stand in a hole inside this tree with 51 tonnes of tree above you. The tree stands 76 metres high, 2.4 metres thick and is believed to be 400 years old.
Contains a scenic drive through virgin karri forest where some trees are up to 800 years old. Picnic areas give spectacular views over the karri forest and the Warren River.