Welcome to Pemberton, Western Australia
Pemberton is a small town – population of around 1000 give or take a few which quickly swells to around 3000 over busy periods of school holidays, Easter and Christmas holidays…
There are many beautiful and quaint places to camp or stay within a range of budgets – so the choices are there!
You may just be considering driving through on your way further south (or west depending on your direction), if so can we tempt you to stay a little longer, maybe stop and climb the tree (go on give it a go!) or even jump onboard one of the half day tours through the majestic national parks surrounding the town.
Pemberton is a trails hub… surrounded by a myriad of mountain biking, hiking and 4WD trails not to mention the canoe and horse riding possibilities in the region. Our rivers are stocked with trout and you may even glimpse a marron or lamprey eel in the tea stained tannin waters of our rivers and streams.
What to do with the family, here is a list of suggestions tried and tested ‘Child Friendly‘ things to see and do!
Itineraries, day trips and all the more reasons to stay longer. Located centrally in the Southern Forests, half way between Margaret River and Walpole (and the Tree Top Walk)… Read More
Weddings in Pemberton have become very popular particularly in the months of September to April, with its cool forests offering couples the choice for their ceremony of a natural setting in a national or state forest… Read More
Shop online; with the Munda Biddi nearing completion, and the Bibbulmun track extremely popular, the Pemberton Discovery Centre is located strategically on the trails near town. This professional organisation can coordinate your hire bikes, cars as well as day tours surrounding Pemberton… Read More