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In the southwest of Pemberton is
one of the largest dune systems in
the world. The 4WDing is amazing,
and in spring, the wildflowers are
spectacular south of the dunes.
This rugged coastline is where you
might spot migrating humpbacks
and southern right whales.
Spectacular falls in the Beedelup
National Park should be in full
flow in winter after the rain. View
them from the walk trail or the two
Near Pemberton, this world-famous
tree towers 61m above the forest.
Climb to the lookout to take in the
amazing view of the surrounding
Gloucester National Park.
Hunt for truffles in August
Tour the wineries
Go back in time at Manjimup
Timber and Her itage Par k
P ick cher r ies in November
Climb a very tall tree
Search for wildf lowers
Mountain bike in Pembert on
Walk a stretch of the
Underst or y Art Trail
Car | Take the Forest Highway or Old Coast Road to
Bunbury and get onto the South Western Highway
(via Bridgetown) to Manjimup, or continue south to
Pemberton. Head further south to Northcliffe on the
Bus | Buses to Manjimup, Pemberton and Northcliffe
depart from East Perth, Bunbury and Mandurah at
various times during the week. Check TransWA.
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