Karri Valley Resort

Vasse Highway, Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Vasse Highway, Pemberton, is near Pemberton Tramway, Pemberton Discovery Tours, and Bicentennial Tree.
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    Travel Blogs from Pemberton

    High trees

    A travel blog entry by riege on Dec 17, 2013

    8 photos

    After seeing so many lovely beaches we enjoyed the view of the karri and tingle tree forests. A bit of a change in scenery and also did the Tree Top walk near Walpole that leads through, over and inbetween those trees. The karri tree, one type of eucalypt tree, can get 70m tall and is one of the tallest trees in the world. The tingle tree is …

    National Parks and rain

    A travel blog entry by gurnhill on Jul 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... 5 minutes of a 7km walk. Worth it though.
    Then a short drive to Pemberton, through Manjimup (more meetings). Excitement when I saw a Patchwork Shop sign, only to find the owners in the process of closing shop and moving it to Bridgetown. Oh, well. It is great now to have shorter driving days, not needing to do hundreds of kilometres to find somewhere worth stopping.
    Pemberton is an old timber town, with heritage listed workers huts. And a very ...

    Last Nights On The Southern Ocean

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

    9 comments, 14 photos

    ... to give it shot. I think we actually prefer sand than black dust of the forest so to camp on the coast again was our preferred option.

    Despite the fact that Windy Harbour camp site is in the national park it is equipped with hot showers and normal amenities but no power to the camp sites. You camp wherever you find a spot and fire pits are provided - we were able to enjoy camp fires for the first time since we started our ...

    The Capsicum Bandits - Part II

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Dec 29, 2013

    24 photos

    ... views of the ridiculously blue water and gorgeous beaches sprinkled with huge boulders, (some of which resemble elephants if you use your imaginoscope) and devoured our nutritionally balanced picnic in a small cove sheltered from the wind.

    Eventually we got tired of the stunning but windy views and decided to move on to the next of the sixteen beautiful beaches on our itinerary for the day. I had to visit the ladies room, which turned out to be about a 2km ...


    A travel blog entry by kangarog on Aug 28, 2013

    60 photos

    ... on the beach at Cathedral Rock for a while and then made our way back. A big black cloud was now looming above us and it suddenly let rip big globules of rain on us. We put on our ponchos and had a really good laugh at each other. No sooner though had the rain spat down on us it stopped and we removed our gloriously trendy ponchos and put them way until another day. When we got back to the camper van we had a spot of lunch and then we went ...