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...
Part mystery, part adventure and part gourmet tour, a truffle hunt at The Truffle & Wine Co in Manjimup is an experience not to be missed. Located on a picturesque property surrounded by karri and ja...
8km S of Pemberton. 2km from the Bicenntenial Tree. Rods available or BYO. Fly Fishing for the enthusiast.
Guided tours & restaurant.
A wooden lookout constructed at the top of a 51 metre karri tree and used as a local fire lookout from 1941-1974.
A 1200 year old jarrah tree with bush walk trails.
The latest and tallest addition to the climbable karri trees.
Provides the only accessible coastal strip in the 192km between Walpole and Augusta. It is a popular holiday settlement with a safe swimming beach. The spectacular 122 metre cliffs of Point D'Entrecas...
An isolated granite dome (186 metres high) which rises above the karri forest to give magnificent unobstructed views of the coastline. A walking track leads from the picnic area to the summit.
Deeside House and Manjimup House, both built in the mid-nineteenth century, are well worth inspection.
This area of 15sq km features a series of rocky cascades falling a total of 107 metres.
Changes from a gentle stream in summer to a raging torrent in winter.
Spectacular falls surrounded by magnificent towering trees.
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...
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.