Big Brook Dam
This dam was built in 1986 to supplement the water supply for Pemberton town and its trout hatchery. The big expanse of water is also used for fishing, canoeing, swimming and sailboarding.
You can also enjoy your very own beachside barbecue in the forest. The area has been parkland cleared, with a sand beach provided. Surrounding the dam is a magnificent forest with Karri trees that are over 70 years old.
Quality accommodaton offering well appointed rooms, blending with the original "turn of the century" charm of this country hotel. Stay at the Best Western Pemberton Hotel whilst in Pemberton. more
This dam was built in 1986 to supplement the water supply for Pemberton town and its trout hatchery. The big expanse of water is also used for fishing, canoeing, swimming and sailboarding. more
Pemberton is beautiful timber town nestled between jarrah and karri forests 335km south of Perth. more
The "Beach & Forest Offroad 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. more
Situated in the main street of the historic timber town, let the Pemberton Visitor Centre be your first port of call. more
Community Telecentres can be used to access Telephone, Fax, Email and Internet services and are independent incorporated bodies owned by the community. more
Situated in the fascinating Gloucester National Park, the enormous tree towers 61 metres above the ground; and is famed as the world’s highest fire lookout. The tree, originally one of a series of fire detection lookouts, is a 153 rung ladder climb to the top. A certificate of commemoration is issued to each adventurer completing the stimulating climb. more