Climbing Lookout Trees

Climb the Bicentennial, Diamond and Gloucester Trees, the tallest climbing trees in the world. The trilogy of climbing trees are found in the Southern Forests in the Karri forest surrounding Pemberton. 

The trilogy of Karri tree towers were constructed as fire lookout trees for detection of fire in the Karri and Jarrah forest. Diamond Tree is no longer open as a lookout tree, however is still open to view from the ground.

Buy your Park Pass from the Pemberton Visitor Centre, 28 Brockman Street Pemberton

Gloucester Tree:   Location . DPaW Gloucester Tree

Bicentennial Tree: Location . DPaW Bicentennial Tree

Diamond Tree:      Location . DPaW Diamond Tree

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Go mountain biking in Pemberton Mountain Bike Park.

The Pemberton region is one of three National Ride destinations in the SW Mountain Bike Master Plan to turn WA's South West into Australia's mountain bike mecca with nearly 500km of new trails planned.

Pemberton Mountain Bike Park has some 30 kilometres of single track, a set of dirt jumps and a pump track. The mountain bike park is open to everyone.

There are other mountain bike trails as well as the Munda Biddi Trail, WA's premier long distance mountain bike trail which passes through Pemberton. Grab a map from the Visitor Centre when you arrive in town or download the latest map. Pem_Mtb_Park_Brochure_August_2016.pdf

Bike hire and some parts are available from the Pemberton General Store, 60 Brockman St, Pemberton Tel: 08 9776 1151

The Mountain Bike Park trails outline is available on

There are other mountain bike trails in the area. Mountain Biking in the Southern Forests

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Go canoeing on the Warren River / Big Brook Dam on a tour or with your own canoe.

Canoeing Verity Warren River 1Have your own canoe the Warren River is accessible by the Heartbreak Trail with canoe launch platforms along the river. Camping is available at a number of DPaW sites on the Heartbreak Trail with shelters, drop toilets and a kitchen shelter at Draughty's. There are also day use sites with picnic facilities.

Big Brook Dam provides a wonderful place to take the kids and paddle up the upper reaches of the dam. There is a camp ground at Big Brook Arboretum as well as picnic facilities, a walking trail around the dam, barbeques and a safe swimming beach at Big Brook Dam.

The Donnelly River accessible off Boat Landing Road takes you down to the river mouth and is a very mellow river system. The Donnelly River Cruises also operate daily on the Donnelly River. Camping overnight is an option near the river mouth to make a great adventure.

Go on a tour with the Pemberton Hiking and Canoeing Company, departing daily. Bookings need to done in advance through the Visitor Centre and all equipment and tuition is provided by Andy Russell.

Pemberton Hiking and Canoeing Company

Going canoeing and marroning? Make sure you have your licence and it is in marroning season (it is illegal to transport nets in a canoe).

Department of Fisheries

Book your tour through the Pemberton Visitor Centre: Tel: +61 (08) 9776 1133 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:  

Book your tour through the Northcliffe Visitor Centre:  Tel: +61 (08) 9776 7203 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:  

Climb the towering Yeagarup sand dunes and run down really fast.

Go kite flying. Tag along by 4WD or go with an organized tour.

Go on a four hour 4WD tour with Pemberton Discovery Tours (Wildflower tour in season) departing daily and traveling through the Yeagarup Dunes; the largest land locked sand dune system in the Southern Hemisphere, through giant sections of old growth Karri forest to the mouth of the Warren River in the Warren & D’Entrecasteaux National Parks. Book through the Visitor Centre.

Self 4WD drive or walk into the dunes from Yeagarup Lake are great options for the adventurer. You can also camp at Department Park's and Wildlife's Leaning Marri Campsite at Lake Yeagarup.

Group camping is available at the DPaW Yeagarup Hut . Bookings are essential. Yeagarup Hut is managed on behalf of the Department of Parks and Wildlife by Pemberton Discovery Tours Tel: 08 97760484 to stay you must call or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book your stay.

Book your tour through the Pemberton Visitor Centre: Tel: +61 (08) 9776 1133 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Book your tour through the Northcliffe Visitor Centre:  Tel: +61 (08) 9776 7203 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


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Destinations WA: Yeagarup Sand Dunes Video   

Walk the Bibbulmun Track or ride the Munda Biddi Trail for a day or overnight walk / ride

The Bibbulmun Track (bushwalking) and the Munda Biddi Trail (mountain biking) trail, Western Australia's premier long distance trails that start in Kalamunda and finish in Albany pass through Pemberton and Northcliffe and are approximately 1000 kilometres long. Walk sections or do end to end. We can store your food parcels at the Visitor Centre for when you come through Pemberton and Northcliffe on the trail, contact the Visitor Centres to arrange your drop off.

Bushwalking kids Bib Track 028Download a map of your preferred trail from our website or when you arrive in town, come in to the Pemberton or Northcliffe Visitor Centre and pick up a map and discuss the options available with our friendly staff.

Go to Trails WA to view the Southern Forest region towns of Pemberton Northcliffe and Manjimup's tracks and trails.Mat Mark sidings trail Munda Biddi Trail

Want a guided walk with a talented and knowledgeable guide contact Andy Russell from the Pemberton Hiking and Canoeing Company: PO Box 137 Pemberton. 08 9776 1559 Web

Drop offs or pick up for the Bibbulmun Track or Munda Biddi Trail are available by contacting Pemberton Discovery Tours 12 Brockman St, Pemberton. Tel: 08 9776 0484 Email: Bikes and panniers can also be hired for your expedition.

There are numerous bushwalks in the area. Options available are listed in the bushwalking guide or on the Trails WA website. Alternatively talk to the Visitor Centre staff for suggestions to find the right bushwalk.










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