BEST WESTERN Pemberton Hotel
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... Karri Forest (home to the 3rd largest trees in the world), stopping in at the small seaside camping spot of Hamelin Bay where an old Jetty was very much on its last legs (only legs actually, no walking platform to speak of). We continued on to Cape Leeuwin, the most south-western tip of Australia, and the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse . We took a self-guided tour around the precinct, got the customary photos in front of the sign that showed the meeting point ...
Pemberton was our next destination which was still only a 125km drive but the furthest we had driven since Dunsborough. Pemberton is a small town with a population of 920 set amongst the tall timbers of the beautiful Karri forests. The annual rainfall is well over a metre, 1,245mm to be exact making it a perfect climate for cool region wines. More grapes are grown in the Pemberton area than in the Margaret River wine region. Apart from wine grapes the region ...
The electrics in the RV are definatly NOT working so after breakfast we had to push the wall in!!! Moff is amazingly clever at making these things work and he managed to work out how we could twist large bolts whilst we all pushed!
We drove into Pemberton township and the Tourist Burea helped us and soon we were at the Auto Electricians worshop being checked over. Yet again, we are blesssed ...
... the information centre suggested. One site we are about 2 weeks to soon for the orchids. Next stop Windy Harbour which is one the coast with lots of beach houses that apparently the rural community have as their beach houses. Did a drive to Salmon Beach, Tookulup & Pt D'Entrecasteaux. The views are great with big ocean swell. Tried the fishing again with same result, ...
Sun trying to come out. Moving on, starting to east. Stopped at a little shop called Christmas in Kerridale (Margaret River region) which is just all things Christmas. There were some beautiful decorations & jewellery. Pemberton which lies in the heart of tall timber country & is surrounded by 5 national parks was our next stop. The tall trees are amazing. Photo's just don't do them justice. Stopped off at Beedelup NP water falls & did a walk to the walk through Karri ...