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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    Travel Blogs from Pemberton

    That's not the campground is it?

    A travel blog entry by deleenheer on Jun 02, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    You know they always say that the adventure starts when things go awry? I suppose this doesn't happen as often these days with all our gadgets that keep us updated at every moment, well, they do if you use them!

    Back to that in a moment....

    We departed sunny Normans beach and stopped in at Albany, West Australia's oldest settlement. We explored the "Brig Amity" a full size replica of the original ship that brought the ...

    An enjoyable drive to Pemberton

    A travel blog entry by dbats on May 05, 2015

    21 photos

    ... nature hurled at it. There were always 3 lighthouse keepers in residence at any one time. Every 2 hours 34kgs of kerosene had to be taken up the stairs to refuel it. Fortunately there was always an eager soul who wanted to walk up to the top who would gladly carry the kerosene.

    We climbed up the 176 steps and enjoyed the magnificent views and Aprille pointed out where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. You will see from my photos a ...

    Day 3: Margaret River to Pemberton

    A travel blog entry by emzie_june on Mar 13, 2015

    12 photos

    ... t have the licence in place to sell, so we missed that op. Moving on, and driving via Big Brock Dam, our next assault was on the Tangletoe Cidery (never heard of a Cidery), and Mountford Winery (same place). Cider was...interesting - interesting enough for us to by a long-neck of their medium dry cider. The wines were again a bit meh, but their Pinot Noir was good enough for me to buy a bottle to share with Lozzie when we finally made it to Brisbane. It was ...

    Perth to Pemberton

    A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Nov 11, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... through the trees and back towards a little creek. People have made little shelters, groups have put up little signs near their gnomes and gnome related sayings on signs. One was an old TV set, painted on the screen was "don't change the channel, we are watching gnome and away". The whole area was so bizarre we couldn't stop chuckling.
    We did make it to the King Jarra tree, it's size is just amazing. Then on through Donnybrook (home of the Granny Smith apple) and ...

    Friends and Forests

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... National Park (another park fee) to see the Bicentennial Tree. Allan decided he wanted to climb. Big kid got a third of the way up before the wife was saying she was slightly worried. He was happy and that was good.

    All in all we would have had to pay four National Park Fees whilst we were in Pemberton. D'Centrecastreaux; Beedelup; Warren and the Gloucester. Thank goodness for the years parks pass. Only $55 per car of four, seniors rate. We are ahead.