Jakamarri B&B

Address: Lot 51 Browns Road, Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Lot 51 Browns Road, Pemberton, is near Pemberton Tramway, Pemberton Discovery Tours, and Bicentennial Tree.
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      Pembleton to Windy Harbour

      A travel blog entry by geslick on Oct 11, 2014

      12 photos

      We were up showered and dressed by 7.15am. Breakfast of cereal,toast coffee and tea. Then it was of to the Margaret river farmers market which was about a 500 mt walk. This was a true farmers market with only local products allowed to be sold. Everything was quality and super fresh. We purchased some wood fired bread and a nice date , apricot and pistachio loaf which was just fantastic, we also bought some veggies and fruit ...

      Tall Trees and another lovely camp

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... we now remember another reason why we are not thrilled about caravan parks, this pulling in of hoses in the rain is no fun!

      We set off for Pemberton pulling in for fuel etc first. Our aim was the Arboretum at Big Brooke Dam, 8km from Pemberton. By the time we got down there it was lunchtime, and it was really pouring with rain. We were also dogtired from a sleepless night. So we did something we never usually do. Got out a video - ANZAC Girls' and watched two ...

      National Parks and rain

      A travel blog entry by gurnhill on Jul 26, 2014

      13 photos

      ... us climbed it, our excuse being the rungs were wet, therefore dangerous!!), and The Cascades, and Beedelup (more meetings) Falls. Four National Parks in one day.
      We had planned to move to Windy Harbour today, but with damaging winds forecast we decided to give that a miss. Instead, with heavy rain this morning we have had a lazy day, reading, knitting (me, not Tony) etc. Always good to just relax for a day. Windy Harbour is on the agenda for tomorrow,

      Beauty from above.

      A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Apr 25, 2014

      18 photos

      ... 360-degree view of old growth Karri forest. This tree took our breath away. The serenity and tranquility at the top was incredible and something we will always remember. Once we climbed all the way back down, we went for a walk in the forest to Warren's Lookout. It was a small wooden balcony that looked out onto a lake completely surrounded by Karri trees. Stunning! We made our way back to the car, rehydrated after our long hike and set off for our next stop- ...

      Last Nights On The Southern Ocean

      A travel blog entry by dave.hernandez on Mar 17, 2014

      9 comments, 14 photos

      ... camp along our route including National Parks, free camps and the traditional Caravan Parks. If you read the comments you usually get a good feel for the place... sometimes you just rock up to a spot and get a feel for it then and there, turn around and head off someplace else. Although Big Brook was a nice place to camp we didn't really want to stay for more than a night. I had noticed Windy Harbour 60 kms south of Pemberton and ...