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Pemberton lies nestled in a valley surrounded by spectacular karri forests, lush green pastures and acres of rolling vineyards. With a cool Mediterranean climate, crystal clear streams and rich earth, the scenic diversity of Pemberton is awe-inspiring.

In the heart of timber country, Pemberton and its timber heritage is maintained through the quaint mill huts still in use today and the galleries that produce unique hand-crafted works. 

Visitors can indulge in taste sensations or sample local wines at one of several wineries or restaurants with stunning views over the countryside. Explore beyond the farm gate during the Pemberton Unearthed Festival, held in autumn. 

The kind of place where time doesn’t seem to matter, Pemberton can be enjoyed at an active or leisurely pace. You can DIY your experience or join a tour for river cruising, canoeing, a horse trail ride or a 4WD adventure. 

Pemberton adjoins the Gloucester, Warren and nearby Beedelup National Parks, all with towering karri trees and clear rivers. Waterfalls rush over the rocks in winter and in summer, leave tranquil waters for a swim. Big Brook Dam is a fresh water lake set against a backdrop of karri forest.

Pemberton is home to two magnificent climbing trees: the Dave Evans Bicentennial tree and the Gloucester Tree, where the views from the top have to be seen to be believed.

Thrill seekers will love the purpose built mountain bike park, where trails carve their way through the hillside. The Pemberton Cycle Classic attracts support akin to the Tour de France! Pemberton is also one of only two places where the world famous Munda Biddi bike trail and Bibbulmun Track intersect right in town. 

There is no doubt that Pemberton is one of the best tourism destinations in Western Australia.


Not to miss in Pemberton


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