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Lavender and Berry Farm Pemberton is the place to go for casual, family friendly dining set among a picturesque location
- Open days/Times:Open Wed - Sun 9.30am - 5pm
- Activity:Animal Farm
- Suited For:Toddlers (0 - 3),Kids (4 - 12)
- Tour Locations:Pemberton
- Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays
We have friendly alpacas that you can hand feed. They will eat right out of your hand, and we also have ducks and sheep that need feeding too!
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- 08 9776 0484
Pemberton Discovery Tours offers eco adventure tours into the magnificent national parks surrounding Pemberton in Australia's South West. Let us show you the Best is Off the Highway!
- Activity:Four Wheel Driving,Food & Drink
- Tour Locations:Pemberton
The "Beach & Forest Eco Adventure" is an experience that allows visitors to the southwest corner of Western Australia access into the inaccessible wilderness of the D'Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks.
This nationally recognised Advanced Ecotourism Accredited Tour offers you an interpretive eco-adventure departing daily at 9am or 2pm and travels through Pemberton’s magnificent old growth Karri forests, large landlocked inland dunes & stunning beaches.
Explore the spectacular Yeagarup Dunes, Pemberton’s inland desert, drive on endless beaches and touch towering Karri trees on this half-day 4WD eco tour.
This tour is a nature based experience that allows visitors to the southwest access into normally inaccessible forest wilderness; travelling through a wide variety of landscapes and appreciating the diversity of this regions flora & fauna. Visiting the D'Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks near Pemberton, Western Australia and enabling visitors to adventure into otherwise unknown territory.
Suitable for all ages & all adventurers. The diversity of this area is amazing – and all within 35km from Pemberton Township. Tours depart at 9am or 2pm daily from the Pemberton Discovery Shop. Drop on by and let us show what you can discover in Pemberton… alternatively private charters are available through this area and the other special attractions only the locals know… finish off the day at a local winery – meeting the people who make the wine.
See something unique and do something different; the best is off the highway!
The Pemberton Hiking Company specialises in environmentally sensitive adventure and leisure tours into the unique old growth forests and pristine landscapes of the Pemberton area - in the South West of Western Australia.
Be guided through a leisurely 4 hour informative scenic walk, a pleasant afternoon canoeing through ancient forests, and advernturous 2 to 5 day wilderness trek, a spectacular full moon walk and seasonal wildflower walks. All through the dynamic untouched forests, rivers, lakes and inland dune systems of this unique corner of WA.
A visit to the Pemberton Wine Centre is a truly unique experience.
- Open days/Times:Mon-Fri 12-4pm
- Activity:Food & Drink
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- (08) 9773 1118
Express your inner cowboy. Come and experience the majestic Southern Forests on horseback. Ride our quality Quarter Horses. Western style, small groups, great fun.
- Activity:Horse Riding
- Tour Locations:South West
The Western Ranch is located in the middle of thousands of hectares of beautiful jarrah and karri bush. No shortage of trails here. We welcome you to explore this giant wonderland on horseback.
Take your own horse or ride one of our Quarter Horses. There’s no head-to-tail riding here. We let you ride to your ability and as much as you want! We specialize in "on demand" horse rides, meaning you can book your rides for when you want and as long as you want. Morning and afternoon rides as well as all day rides are available. We even have fully organized 3 day rides.
All you need to do is call and book... (08) 9773 1118
See the karri forests, valleys, waterfalls, wildflowers and rivers of the Southern Forests area from a unique perspective - trundling along in a tram or steam train from a bygone age.
- Suited For:Families
You'll glide over trestle bridges that tower over the forests and gilded valleys and experience a much more rustic form of travel than you're used to, and it's a great way to see the area at a relaxed pace. The tram runs Warren River Bridge and Northcliffe and the steam train to Easterbrook and Lyall every day.