Pemberton 

It's all here waiting for you ...… in Pemberton – where you can enjoy a meal or sample some of the local award-winning wines at one of the many wineries or cafes, take a tour down the pristine Donnelly River with its unique eco-system, enjoy the excitement of a 4 wheel drive trip through the breath taking Yeagerup dunes, experience a canoeing adventure on the Warren River, climb the renowned Gloucester Tree or Bicentennial Tree, take a drive down the stunning Heartbreak Trail, try your hand at fishing for trout or snaring a marron, discover the suspension bridge over the Beedelup Falls, walk part of the Bibbulmun Track…… come and discover what Pemberton has to offer. 

 

We would love to help you enjoy your Pemberton experience!

 

Pemberton is also the ideal location to make your base for discovering the whole south west corner of Western Australia. Located 335 kilometres south of Perth, Pemberton is approx. 1 ½ hours drive from Busselton, Margaret River, Augusta, Walpole and the Tree Top Walk and less than 2 hours from Bunbury.

 

Westrail provides a regular bus service to Pemberton – pick up and drop off service can be provided for guests by prior arrangement.

 

Treenbrook Cottages has achieved the high standards of the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program and is a member of the Pemberton Accommodation Association. We look forward to meeting you and helping you enjoy your Pemberton experience!

 
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Donnelly River Cruises

Take a relaxing cruise down the Donnelly River, one of the most pristine in Western Australia. Enjoy a stop at the river mouth beach and stroll along. You might have the beach to yourself.
 

Pemberton Discovery Tours

These guys are experts at our local flora and fauna and will take you on an all inclusive trip through the forests, the mysterious Yeagerup Dunes and out onto the beach near the mouth of the Warren River.
 

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Pemberton Tramway

A very relaxing ride on a unique tram through the forests around Pemberton and stopping at the Cascade waterfalls, Make sure you bring your camera with you.
 

Pemberton Hiking & Canoeing

It is such a different view from the water. Paddle along the Warren River or take a guided walk through some of Australia's most pristine forests where you will marvel at the dizzying height the karri trees grow to.
 

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Beedelup Falls

A must do for any tourist, especially in winter or spring. The waters will be in full force, plunging their way over the falls. The walk loop is spectacular and in spring, you will see hundreds of native wildflowers, including the many some of the many species of orchids found only in this region.
 

Climb a tree

Your visit to Pemberton simply isn't complete without a visit or climb at either the Bicentennial Tree or Gloucester Tree. Both are close to town and soar up into the sky. The views from the top have to be seen to be believed!
 

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Ride your bike

If you like your action on two wheels, there are hundred of trails from beginner to expert. Get down to the Pemberton mountain bike park which has a range of cross country, free ride and skills trails, plus a pump track for big air. The Munda Biddi Bike trail makes it way through town, one of only two places where it meets the Bibbulmun Track.
 

Take a hike

Just taking a walk through the forests is a great way to enjoy Pemberton. There's anything from flat, sealed pathways to rugged single track. Start with the rainbow trail out to Big Brook Dam. Be sure to walk a section of the Bibbulmun track, one of the longest walk trails in the world.
 

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Take the road less travelled

Got a 4WD? If so, you are in luck! There are many "secret" spots you can access only by 4WD which are so rewarding. But remember, it's about the journey, not the destination.
 

Taste exquisite produce

The Southern Forests has a reputation for being ne of the most diverse agricultural regions in Australia. It's is also where delicacies such as marron and truffle are grown. Take a farm tour or try one of the many award winning cool climate wines of the region.
 

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