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Pemberton Visitor Centre

REGION INFORMATION-
Picturesque Pemberton is the clean green jewel in Australia's South West, surrounded by towering Karri forests, waterfalls, rivers and lakes located 327 km south of Perth.

Memorable experiences in the Southern Forests Region include the famous Gloucester and Bicentennial fire lookout trees, the cascading Beedelup Falls, Big Brook Dam, National Parks and Yeagarup Sand Dunes provide rich experiences and adventure options. With the world renowned Munda Biddi Cycling Trail and the Bibbulmun Walking Track, bush walking, mountain biking, swimming, canoeing, 4WD tours and family activities make this region an attractive affordable holiday destination.

For the connoisseur, the Pemberton Wine Region is recognised world wide for the popular Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines. Enjoy some of the 80 varieties of fruit and vegetables, fresh produce, truffles, marron and locally produced products with family and friends in the Southern Forest Food Region.

The stunning Pemberton street Artscape lit up every evening embraces the Main Street. Local galleries are located in town and out in the Karri forest in cafés, wineries or specialist galleries. The galleries display furniture, art and craft, exhibitions of photography and paintings.

ACCOMMODATION-
There are plenty of quality places to stay in the Pemberton Southern Forest Region, including Manjimup, which is located 32 kilometres north of Pemberton, as well as, Northcliffe which is 30km south of Pemberton. Head to Pemberton Visitor Information for further details.

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS-
There is a lot to experience in Pemberton. A full list can be found on the Pemberton Visitor Information website.

The Perth Domestic airport is located 327 kilometres from Pemberton (3.5 hours drive). The drive follows the Forrest Highway from Perth onto the South West Highway.

34.4400° S, 116.0500° E Pemberton, Coordinates

Make the Pemberton Visitor Centre your first stop in town.

Located in the main street Brockman Street is the Pemberton Visitor Centre.

This is your "one stop shop" for all Pemberton information accommodation and tour bookings. You can pick up all the maps and guides that you will need. Come and see us and make your visit more enjoyable and rewarding with staff who have intimate knowledge of the local attractions.

We can book your Pemberton accommodation and tours, provide maps, detailed information on what to do, outline the events or special activities on in the region and what to see.

Pioneer Museum

Step back in time and discover a full scale settlers hut along with artifacts and tools from a bygone era. A fascinating tribute to the Pioneers of the Pemberton area. A wonderful collection of photos and memorabilia to do with the birth of the town. The Pioneer Museum is situated in the Pemberton Visitors Centre

Constitution of the Pemberton Visitor Centre (Link for the Constitution)