Old Picture Theatre

Rewind in the past and relax in the present.

Charming Heritage Building

Stay in our magnificently restored heritage building, originally constructed in 1929, and now converted into unique, self-contained accommodation with a 4 star rating.

Cosy & Unique Rooms

The accommodation is full of the charm and history of what was once a picture theatre. All the modern facilities are available to make your stay a memorable one.

Enjoy Local Activities

Take in all the sites Pemberton has to offer. The apartments are within walking distance of woodcraft and art galleries, walk and mountain bike trails, wineries and tourist attractions such as the Gloucester Tree.

The Projection Room$170 Per night

The Projection Room sleeps the most number of guests with 2 queen size bedrooms, one uptairs (where the old projection equipment used to be) and one downstairs, plus it has a third bedroom which..

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The Lounge$170 Per night

The Lounge has 1 queen size bedroom and 2 singles in the second bedroom.  This apartment can cater for a physically disabled person with a large bathroom plus the fully self-contained large kitchen, dining..

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The Dress Circle$170 Per night

The Dress Circle has 2 queen size bedrooms separated by the lounge, dining room and kitchen areas. This apartment has a bathroom and separate toilet. A laundry and barbecue area are..

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The Stage$200 Per night

The Stage is a one bedroom apartment, with a spa, lounge and bedroom set up on the stage and a fully self-contained kitchen and dining room on the lower level with a bathroom..

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Adyar Cottage$220 Per night

Adyar Cottage has 2 queen size bedrooms and a single bedroom with two single sofa beds in the living area. The living area is large with a full kitchen, large..

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Fun Local Activities

Why not come and relax in Pemberton? There is much to see and do.


  • Explore the Warren National Park

    Warren National Park is home to some of the State’s most majestic karri trees, Heartbreak Trail and scenic drive. The 3,131-hectare park is regarded as a prime example of virgin karri forest, also here is the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, the tallest of
    the climbing trees. Read more


  • Climb the Gloucester tree

    At 53 metres in height, the Gloucester tree is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree. See if you are brave enough to climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding karri forest. Read more


  • Big Brook Dam

    Big Brook Dam is a fresh water lake set against a backdrop of karri forest. It has a barbecue area and an easy 4km walk around to soak up the sounds and smells of the forest. The beach area provides the perfect place for a fresh water swim. Pemberton is a trout and marron mecca and Big Brook Dam is popular for both of these. Read more


  • Pemberton Pool

    Pemberton Pool – fondly know as Pemby Pool – is located close to town in the Pemberton Forest Park. There are 22kms of mountain bike tracks and dual use trails here, including the Rainbow Trail which is also part of the Bibbulmun Track. Pemby Pool is another freshwater swimming venue with
    barbecue facilities.Read more


  • The Cascades

    The Cascades are a short distance from Pemberton. The Lefroy Brook transforms from a gentle flow in mid summer to a raging torrent in winter. A fantastic place for a picnic and bush walks. The Bibbulmun Track goes past the Cascades and is popular for day walks. Read more

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Member of the Pemberton accomodation association since 2015

Unique Holiday Accomodation

Rewind the past, relax in the present in this unique, self-contained, heritage listed accommodation. Step back in time while holidaying in absolute comfort at the “Old Picture Theatre” Holiday Accommodation in Pemberton, Western Australia

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