Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, Pemberton

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • My husband and I climbed the tree recently. By climbed I mean I made it to the half way platform and he to the top. It's the tallest of the 3 to climb at 65m which is pretty full on and scary! My husb...  read more »
  • This beatiful old fire tower is built on top of and into a (roughly) 400 year old Karri tree. This climb is exciting, a little challenging and definitely worth the climb for the amazing vista at the t...  read more »
  • Close to the road is this huge tree that you can climb if you are not scared of heights 75 meters climb on bars with little between you and the rest of the Karri Forest I climbed to 23 meters, appreci...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • Free climb, awesome views, beautiful place and definitely gets the heart going as there is no safety equipment! Thoroughly recommend it.
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