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Travel guide Pemberton

SunSmart Karri Valley Triathlon
By ATDW Database

Contact: contact@stadiumtriclub.com
Venue: Pemberton Western Australia
Date(s): Sat 29 Mar 14
Held at the picturesque Karri Valley Resort, this iconic event showcases the beauty of Western Australia's south west!The clean, fresh waters of Lake Beedelup provide a great start to the race - you won't have better swim conditions in a triathlon! You'll then be challenged by the undulating bike course under the canopy of the Karri forest. And during the run leg you'll soak up the majestic views and natural charm of the Karri Valley Resort. At the end of an action packed day you are invited to continue the fun at the Awards Dinner by the lake.Both long course and short course races can be completed individually or in a team, so have some fun with your friends or take on a solo challenge!Long course: Swim 1.5 kilometres, Bike 60 kilometres, Run 12 kilometres.Short course: Swim 0.5 kilometr... Read more

Comedian Hypnotist Matthew Hale
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9776 0083 or flamebirdwines@bigpond.com
Venue: Pemberton Western Australia
The Pemberton Wine Region are pleased to host a fundraiser at the Pemberton Mill Hall in Pemberton featuring Comedian Hypnotist Matthew Hale. Funds raised will be put towards promoting the beautiful, premium quality wine producing region. Come along and enjoy the fun!

This is an over eighteens fully licensed event. Book a table for up to eight people. Entry ticket includes a gourmet platter to share.. www.pembertonwineregion.com.au Read more

Pemberton, Margaret River, Western Australia,
By Kylie Jane Degeling

A recent visitor to the area referred to the town as “Pamperton” and for those who enjoy the finer things in life, like wine, art, spas, and gourmet food, a trip to Pemberton is a dream. Yet for those who prefer simple pleasures, like a walk through a forest, throwing a fishing line or swimming in a dam, Pemberton is a relaxing yet exhilarating break. Located in a region of Western Australia known as the South West, Pemberton is a delightful town close to the Margaret River. Like many towns in this region, it has gone through a series of changes, having first been settled as an agricultural town. Later, it became known for its timber, while today tourism and wine are its lifeblood.      Things to do:   Indulge:  Local spas offer relaxing treatments ... Read more

A unique family holiday farm experience
By Rod Morris

Pemberton Farm Chalets has a little bit of everything for the whole family, no matter what the age. First up in the morning (not too early!) is the farm animal feeding frenzy. The kids (and big kids) will love hand feeding the chickens and ducks and collecting the eggs. Next is a little cuddle with the rabbits and guinea pigs and then bottle feeding the calves is fun. Then down to the paddock to feed the horses, sheep and goats. After farm feeding, take a short walk through the national park to the famous Gloucester Tree to challenge the keen climbers and perhaps return to have a refreshing swim in the pool. There is also a children's adventure playground, tennis and a trampoline. There are laundry facilities available, as well as catering for babies with cots and high chairs. We supply ... Read more

Pemberton Discovery Tours
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9776 0484 or info@pembertondiscoverytours.com.au
Join Pemberton Discovery Tours on our interactive and exciting adventures where the best is off the highway!Explore spectacular sand dunes, drive on endless beaches and touch towering Karri forests whilst discovering some of the best wildflowers in Western Australia on the half-day "Beach and Forest Eco Adventure". This nationally recognised Advanced Eco Accredited tour takes you through the Yeagarup Dunes, Great Southern Ocean, and the D'Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks near Pemberton.You will experience a diversity of wildlife from kangaroos, snakes, emus and forest Red Tailed Black Cockatoo and other bird life unique to this pristine area. River valleys to towering Karri forest, down to the dense coastal forests. Want to experience some bush walking, bird watching, see wildlife,... Read more

Review - Pemberton Farm Chalets
By Hannah Kothe

Pemberton Farm Chalets - best farmstay holiday accommodation Pemberton Farm Chalets is a great farmstay experience for the whole family. Set on a 35 acre property bordered by the Gloucester National Park and the State Forest, the kids will love getting up close to the friendly farm animals and you will love being able to sit back and relax surrounded by amazing natural beauty.   The town of Pemberton in southwest Western Australia is in the heart of Karri country, named after the magnificent Karri tree, which is one of the largest trees in the world. Pemberton Farm Chalets, the 2008 winner of the national TakeABreak Award for best farmstay experience, is ideally located in a region of pristine old growth forests, rivers, mobile dune systems and secluded stretches of coastline. &nb... Read more

Giant Tree Top Tours
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9776 6518 or gianttours@bbsat.com.au
West Australia's premier tour operators providing quality West Australian tours from Pemberton, Northcliffe, Walpole, Denmark, Margaret River, Manjimup and surrounding areas. Our tour operators have many years experience and are dedicated to making your West Australian tour an event to remember.We offer one day tours, a four day budget tours and a five day deluxe trips touring the magnificent South West Region of Western Australia. Your hosts are Gavin and Kristine Heygate operate a family business with the personal touch. We offer a more personalised and relaxed tour for small groups of no more than 10 passengers (minimum five.) It is all inclusive and unlike most holidays, there is no need for you to worry about organising and booking your transport, accommodation, meals, tours and ent... Read more

BirdWatching in Australia's South West
By Penny Parsons

As one of the world’s premier biodiversity regions, and with over 24,000 square kilometers of forests, farmland, vineyards and orchard the South West of Western Australia is not to be missed. You can explore the area from any one of a number of towns and villages dotted throughout the region. If you’re heading to the South West for a spot of birdwatching and are also looking for a great place to stay that offers peace, serenity, bird and animal life we have found a number of options from which to choose. Stoneridge Cottages, Balingup Balingup is a tributary of the Blackwood River Valley, an area of rolling, fertile timbered country with rich pastures and historic towns. Private, secluded and tranquil, Stoneridge is separated from the winding valley drive by 200m of timber,... Read more

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