Pemberton was day 5 of our wildflowers and wineries tour. There were still many wildflowers to find.
Around the foot of the Gloucester tree you will see a wonderful scene of colourful wild parrots. They are very friendly and you can feed them very easily. The parrots are a Western rosella
Just across from the Visitors Centre is the Historic Precinct Park. The park is small but it has an old steam train, a cannon, a couple of picnic tables and some benches.
This is The Cascade Falls one of the attractions advertised, not exactly Niagara , however if you have never been on a tram through bush then its a very relaxing way to spend a couple of hours.
We have now stopped at the Cascade Waterfall, Warren River, not really a lot to see, but been there done that now, make up your own mind.
This is a forestry town, where train and indeed transport played an important part.
Pemberton is aprox.335k south of Perth.
This tree is the highest fire lookout tree in the world, it has 153 runs with a viewing platform 60m above.
Beeleup national Park, with its "walk through 400yr old Karri tree".
This 3x4m hole was man made taking 10hrs to cut with a chainsaw.