Discover the best top things to do in Pemberton, Australia including Pemberton Discovery Tours, Donnelly River Cruises, Pemberton Walking Tours, Pemberton Tramway, Pemberton Hiking and Canoeing, Timber Town Tales.
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In a post Co-Vid19 world, Pemberton Discovery Tours ensures safe, stunning and environmentally sensitive tours into the magnificent national parks surrounding Pemberton in Australia's South West. The tours travel through the Warren and D'Entrecasteaux national parks and take in the wonders such as old growth Karri forest, landlocked Yeagarup Dunes and the Warren River as it weaves it's way to the coast. Small group sizes ensure our visitors are guided through the local flora, fauna and national landscapes showcased on the tours. Wildflowers in Spring are a favourite for all ages. Operating from Pemberton, these tours are nationally recognised as being a highlight to the South West corner of Australia. We also operate the Southern Forest Food and Wine Tours - these tours are perfect for groups and do need to be booked in advance so make sure you call ahead!
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Winner of 4 Western Australian Tourism Awards including Ecotourism in 2009. Donnelly River cruises is an award-winning experience not to be missed. Operating daily, with bus pick-ups also available from Pemberton and Manjimup, Donnelly River Cruises conducts a river cruise of the lower twelve-kilometre section of the Donnelly River, within the confines of the D’Entrecasteaux National Park, in the South West of Western Australia. The cruise area, including the beach landing, encompasses an area that is not accessible by 4-wheel drive and is only accessible by boat. The atmosphere of the cruise is to “sit back, relax and enjoy” as you meander through the diversified eco systems of the river. In a conversational format where you are encouraged to join in, Peter & Shaun will enlighten you about the river, the ecology and geology of the area, the fauna and flora and some of the history of the area. The scenery is constantly changing as you commence in lush Jarrah and Marri forests, and then pass through the Paperbark and wetlands, past the limestone cliffs, to the majestic Southern Ocean. On the way you will cruise past the unique holiday huts nestled amongst the towering Marri trees and coastal dunes. While at the mouth of the river, you are given the opportunity to disembark and experience the isolation and pristine quality of the area, with a walk along the beach for about half an hour. The beach is approximately 2 km long confined by rocky outcrops at each end with no vehicle access at all. You are able to stroll along the soft white beaches in virtual isolation except for possibly a few locals trying their hand at some beach fishing. After toe tapping with the Southern Ocean, you will make your way back to the boat where you begin the return journey with a morning or afternoon tea complimented by Pete’s “fantastic” muffins.There is no one photo to depict this amazing cruise!!!
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You must add Pemberton Walking Tours to your list of things to do in Pemberton WA. It's possibly the best way to see this historic and beautiful town of Pemberton WA guided by one of the locals. Stop wondering what to do in Pemberton and join us for a great way to discover this little corner of the South West of Western Australia. Your tour will take about 1 hour at a relaxed gentle walking pace, departing from the Pemberton Mill Hall car park on Brockman Street (next to Jonezy's Cafe). Tour runs every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. (check pembertonwalkingtours.com website for departure times) Adults - $25 Seniors / Concession - $20 Kids under 16 years - Free We'll see you then!
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All aboard at the Pemberton Railway Station for these return services which meander through towering Karri & Marri forests; over trestle bridges spanning rivers and streams along one of Australia's most majestic rail line. In spring (September and October) the forest is resplendent with wildflowers. As you admire the breathtaking view on the journey your tram driver gives an informative commentary on the forest, railway line and history of the region. This 75min service shuffles out of Pemberton, past the Saw Mill and descends into the forest meandering through forest, crossing 3 bridges. Trams stop at the Cascades for 20 to 25 mins for you to alight and experience the feel of the forest then returns to Pemberton.
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