Gloucester National Park, Pemberton

(4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Cascades, where the Lefroy Brook supposedly is a raging torrent across a series of rocky shelves in winter, were frankly rather pathetic in December as it moved rather serenely. What was nice was ...  more »
  • On one side of the Gloucester National Park near Pemberton is the Gloucester Tree which you can climb (reviewed separately). On the other hand are the Cascades in the Lefroy Brook. The parking lot and the road to the cascades and further hiking route are clean and well maintained. Also here are a lot of very high trees and lots of flowers as ground vegetation. Quiet area, birds, rippling water and Rapids. Worth a visit. This is also a stop on the tourist train of Pemberton. Occasionally we heard the steam whistle.
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  • this is a very peaceful place amoungt the beautiful tall trees, the tree climb is very high and if you chose to do it, take a walk through the quiet broken only by the birdsongs to calm yourself down ...  more »
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  • must have seen in pemby. you can climb the Gloucester Tree. its 52m tall
  • Have a bit of adrenaline pumped in as you climb up the tallest tree in the national park for the views of thick forests all around you and straight up to the ocean. It's a different experience in itself during your tour. Close to it is a small but hearty town of Pemberton (home to the WA famous artist Guy Grey Smith, who spent last years of his life in this beautiful town inspired by huge Karri trees in surroundings). Stay and relax in Karri valley for a break!
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  • One of the best around.
  • Lots of hikes available... tracks are all well marked and maintained.Known predominately for the Gloucester Tree large tree used as a viewing platform)