Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, Pemberton
(4.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • This tree is so tall I felt dizzy just looking straight up! But a beautiful tree and Hubby and 10yr old daughter loved the climb. I enjoyed reading the information boards and wandering through the tre...  more »
  • This is not an experience for the faint-hearted people. It is pretty high and pretty scary both on the way up and on the way down. But I would do it again when i am in the area. Make sure you have pro...  more »
  • The Dave Evans Bicentennial tree in Warren National Park Western Australia has been pegged for climbing to celebrate Australia's bicentenary in 1988. It was built like a fire lookout tree but never us...  more »
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  • Absolutely fantastic. We were the only ones there and it was a free climb with no harnesses, so may not be fun for anyone with a fear of heights. Interesting climb, but not overly difficult, as the poles are quite well placed for an adult climber to feel comfortable. A great experience.
  • Unusual! A large tree with iron rods driven into the trunk to serve as steps for visitors to climb……up to 65 metres! The rods wound round the tree trunk like a spiral staircase. A similar tree is Gloucester Tree at the Gloucester National Park, Pemberton
  • Outstanding experience! Loved the view from the top. Don't forget to buy your park pass at Pemberton Visitor Center.
  • Made it to the top, amazing experience. Take a padlock up as there is a collection forming at the very top.
  • It's a very original experience, and you get to enjoy a really great view once you're on top. And it's free! Why not?