Pemberton was chosen as a stop over for our travel between Margaret river and Albany. We reached our motel around 5pm and was shocked that there was no where to go for food at the town centre as all shops were closed.
Pemberton is a pleasant town but the main attractions are the surroudings including the amazing nature trails, the karri forests, sculpture garden walking trails and wineries.
Pemberton is a lovely little town with an array of scenic walks and drives to take to see the tall trees, lakes, waterfalls, dams, local wild life and wildflowers.
You can go off road and head over the sand dunes for an adventure or explore the forests and the wildflowers. You can climb some very tall fire lookout trees. Take a cruise down the donnely river. There are many beautiful and welcoming wineries in the region also to pay a visit to. Jarrah Jacks, a lovely woodsmoked winery and brewery also do lovely meals and have a fun play area for children.
For bush walks and other forest experiences this is a beautiful part of the world to visit. Fernhook Falls and Rowley Pool is lovely particularly after rain.
Lots of birds. Peaceful environment not overrun with people. Gateway to exceptionally beautiful coastline.
Pemberton is small and quite town but with wide nature Karris forest, many farms around. The most great experience was climbing the Gloucester Tree.
It is general safe but need careful steps, if fall down could be serious injury.
Pemberton is a small town that is good for stop over if you travel down south to Albeny/. It is also very close to lot of nature attractions
Pemberton has a charm of its own. It has drawn me to visit it for the second time. The activities that it has to offer, are plentiful.
I think I will go there again - this time to try for the sand dunes. I caught my first trout on my first visit. It was then grilled fresh and served to me. May try to go in spring to catch a glimpse of the wildflowers. Pemberton is very Australian at heart.