Visit Big Brook Dam

Big Brook Dam is one of the attractions on the Karri Forest Explorer Drive that has something for everyone, especially families. Take a hike or enjoy the beach at this family friendly spot.

Climb the Gloucester Tree

At 53 metres in height, it is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree, if you are brave enough climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding karri forest. It is owned by the Shire of Manjimup.

Explore the Warren National Park

The Warren River Loop is a 10.5 km bush walking trail that follows the Heartbreak Senic Drive in the Warren National Park.  This trail winds through the magnificent virgin karri forest of the Warren River valley offering great camping and walking opportunities.

Visit local wineries

The Pemberton Wine District is located about half way between Margaret River and Albany, in the South West corner of Western Australia.  Most wineries are established in the river valleys on slopes adjoining the majestic forests that provide shelter from winds.

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.

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.