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Half-Day Darling Ranges and Mundaring Weir Escarpment Day Trip from Perth by Luxury Hummer Including Winery and Wildlife
"Be picked up from your hotel at 7:30am and begin your journey through Lesmurdie and Kalamunda where the Bibbulmun track begins its famous journey through the Darling Ranges. Drive through some of the most hilly and picturesque scenery on the way to Munda there are a number of local wild kangaroos that frequent the weir and are seen most days if not all. Stop in at the Weir Cafe for a coffee and muffin or croissant before heading out through the town of Mundaring down into the Swan Valley.The Swan Its easy to get stuck in here as the tastings will fill you up and most people leave with a Jam or 2 for the breakfast and maybe too much chocolate!! We Head across to Caversham wildlife park that is as close to the native animals you can get including u wombats Kangaroos and other beautiful animals and birds. Feed the kangaroos and get some great photos. Heads off for some wine tasting at Houghtons or Sandfalford both have a great history including Houghtons museum the tour includes wine tasting for the adults if they choose.This tour is also great for people who love photography
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"Margaret River
"Margaret River Caves Wine and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tour from Perth""Departing the city of Perth head south west towards Margaret River (approximately three hours) passing through small picturesque towns and farming communities with plenty of stops for “leg stretching” along the way.The first stop is Busselton Jetty the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
From AUD215.00
 
Leeuwin Estate: Ultimate Wine Blending and Dining Experience
"Experience Leeuwin Estate’s fine wine food and the arts with ‘The Leeuwin Estate Ultimate Wine Blending and Dining Experience’ the most extraordinary way to be introduced to the Estate and to experience the stunning and remote South West of Australia.Your host will greet you upon arrival and welcome you to the Estate with a glass of Brut. You will enjoy tutored viewing o the ‘Discovery of Winemaking’ during which you will have the opportunity to blend your own Margaret River red wine. A seated tutored wine tasting of five Leeuwin Estate wines will follow each accompanied by perfectly matched seasonal food will be awaiting you at our alfresco veranda.A special ‘Icons’ five course degustation menu will await you in the award winning restaurant. Your Host will guide you through each of the perfectly matched courses paired with selected current and mu
From AUD699.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Pemberton

GREAT FOREST TREES DRIVE

Another drive we did was tourist route "Great Forest Trees Drive" in Shannon National park. The drive is along single lane narrow dirt road through spectacular Karri forest. As we travelled further...
balhannah
May 06, 2016

KARRI FOREST EXPLORER DRIVE

Marked as a tourist trail, the Pemberton Karri Forest Explorer Drive is a good way to travel by car and see the majority of Pemberton’s main natural attractions. It's an 85km circuit along a narrow...
balhannah
Apr 28, 2016

THE CASCADES

Our first stop in Gloucester National park was made at the Cascades where the Lefroy Brook tumbles over a series rocks. Summer time sees a gentle flow, come winter and it's a raging torrent. I was...
balhannah
Apr 28, 2016

MARIANNE NORTH TREE - A LINK TO LONDON

I must admit the name Marianne North didn't mean a thing to me, at the same time I wondered why she had a tree named after her.Lucky for me there was an Information board with a portrait, information...
balhannah
Apr 28, 2016

Who Was Dale Evans

I have no idea who Dale Evans is but for some reason this tree was named after him. If you cannot make it to the top there is a halfway platform where you can still enjoy some views.Location : Dave...
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keeweechic
Jun 26, 2009

Dale Evans Bicentennial Tree

The Bicentennial tree stands at 70 metres high, the second highest of the fire lookout trees. There is a platform half way up the tree for resting and 360 degree viewing or incase you can’t make it...
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keeweechic
Jun 26, 2009
 
 
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Jim Fox Walk

The Jim Fox Walk is one of several walks in this area. This walk is designed more for the young or energetic because it is a bit of a challenge. Location: Diamond Tree, South West Hwy, Pemberton
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Jun 26, 2009

The Smallest of Three

The Karri tree stands at 52 metres high and is the smallest of the three lookout trees. The tree has 140 metal pegs which lead up to a wooden tower on the top. It was first pegged in 1940 and operated...
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keeweechic
Jun 26, 2009

Diamond Tree

The Diamond Tree is around 10kms south of Manjimup and around 15kms north of Pemberton in the Warren National Park. This is one of three fire lookout trees in this region. Location: South West Hwy ...
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keeweechic
Jun 26, 2009

Warren National Park

The Warren National Park is around 12km west of Pemberton and covers around 3,131 hectares of a beautiful Karri forest. Within the park are bushwalking trails such as the Heartbreak Trail, which lead...
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Jun 25, 2009

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Top Things to Do in Pemberton

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Tales of the Trail Western Ranch

Holidaying in the Southern Forests? Make your stay extra special and try a horse ride at Tales of the Trail. They have on offer a variety of exciting horse riding adventures into the fabulous forest....
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The Four Aces

The Four Aces are four magnificent Karri trees standing in a row. My photos do not do them justice, they are far far bigger and far far more impressive than they look when reduced to a height of 500...
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One Tree Bridge

Pioneer settlers built the bridge in 1904. One single karri tree was feeld to carry the bridge across Donnelly River. It survived until 1966 when winter floods swept it away. What is left of the One...
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Gloucester Tree

The forests of the southwest had a network of fire lookouts on top of the hugest trees. These are not in operation any more due to better observation technologies. One of the three that can be climbed...
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"Pemberton, Day 2"
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