Due to the recent COVID-19 government restrictions, Pemberton Visitor Centre is closed until further notice from March 24 2020.
Experience towering climbing trees, epic mountain biking and extraordinary sand dunes in Pemberton this winter. With sweeping views of the spectacular karri forest of the Gloucester National park, lush green pastures and acres of rolling vineyards, Pemberton is perfect for a winter break that will simply take your breath away.
A visit to the Southern Forests and Valleys that will not disappoint… premium food, wine, endless opportunities to walk, cycle, paddle, drive, join a tour or simply relax within amongst magestic forests, pristine beaches, rugged coastlines and stunning lakes.
Pemberton lies nestled in a valley surrounded by the spectacular karri forests of the Gloucester National Park, with lush green pastures and acres of rolling vineyards. It is a comfortable 4-hour drive from Perth with a stop for a breather. The picturesque town nestles in a peaceful valley surrounded by the mighty Karri tree and lush pastures. The area was first settled in the 1880's, named after Pemberton Walcott who was the first settler in the area in 1862. As well as being the centre of a strong horticulture and emerging viticulture industries, Pemberton is a renowned tourist destination. With its cool mediterranean climate, crystal clear streams and rich earth, the scenic diversity of Pemberton is awe inspiring.
Visitors can indulge in the taste sensations offered by many restaurants, cafes and wineries, which specialise in fresh gourmet food and home grown produce. Recreational activities such as canoeing, fishing, swimming and bushwalking are popular pastimes.