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Half-Day Pemberton National Parks Beach and Forest Eco Adventure

Highlights
  • 4-hour tour of Pemberton's National Parks
  • Explore the forests, sand dunes and lakes of the D'Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks
  • Get off the beaten track in a 4x4
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Half-Day Pemberton National Parks Beach and Forest Eco Adventure
From US$91.63
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Morning TourMost Popular
Departing the Pemberton Discovery Centre at 9am, this tour option includes a picnic lunch in the forest. The Picnic lunch is a DIY - make yourself - with local salad ingredients and fresh bread.
From US$91.63
Afternoon Tour
Our afternoon tour departs from the Pemberton Discovery Centre at 2pm and includes a delicious homemade afternoon tea.
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Overview
Embark on an exhilarating off-road adventure on this 4-hour 4x4 tour of Pemberton's National Parks. Explore the ancient Karri forests of the Warren National Park, then head to D'Entrecasteaux National Park to stroll around Dead Man’s Lake, climb the Yeagarup sand dunes and if you’re lucky, marvel over the incredible wildflower valleys (Sept-Nov only). This small-group tour is limited to 15 people to ensure a personalized experience.
What to Expect
Depart Pemberton and commence your interpretive journey to the Warren National Park with explanations about the farmland vistas viewable from the comfort of your seat.

Explore the Warren National Park; discover the old growth giant Karri forest among seemingly impenetrable bush trails.

On entering the D'Entrecasteaux National Park we stop and give your time to stretch your legs on the banks of Dead Man’s Lake and learn about its history and take a glimpse at the start of the largest landlocked sand dune system in the Southern Hemisphere.

We traverse the sandy tracks to the giant wall of sand looming above you; it is inevitable, the dunes will swallow the forest. Together we will ascend these dunes and experience the wonder of the Yeagarup sand dune system.

On the South side of the dunes, travel through coastal heath with ancient flora with its beautiful mass of wildflowers in season (Sept - Nov).

On reaching the Great Southern Ocean you may wish to fly a kite or simply go for a short stroll. The mouth of the Warren River opens and closes, depending on the amazing powerful force of the water flow.

On returning to the lake enjoy lunch or afternoon tea in the peaceful and natural bush setting before your return to civilization at around 1pm or 6pm.

Currently operating the tours in a modified Toyota Landcruiser Arkana 4WD, enabling seating for up to 13 passengers and a Toyota Prado. Tours for larger groups are also available.
Reviews (49)
1 - 5 of 47 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent way to spend half a day in Pemberton

Our family embarked on a short road trip in Western Australia and landed in Pemberton enroute back to Perth. After a weary 10 days with 4 kids, we decided that doing a guided tour in Pemberton is the best way to experience this area. And...More

Thank Jerry T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic tour with a fantastic guide

We were so pleased that we did this tour. It was a unique experience that would not have been possible for us to do by ourselves . Graeme's knowledge of the area is outstanding and he is obviously passionate about this beautiful area. There were...More

Thank Noddy31
Reviewed 2 November 2018
Amazing

Had an amazing time the info was fantastic, got to walk among the trees and find out info on trees and the fauna in the area, The sand dunes were impressive, who would have thought you could go from trees to dunes in a second....More

Thank Sha4362
Reviewed 2 November 2018
Forests, Dunes and Oceans

If you want to understand the Southern Forests, the dunes and the ocean, there's no one better to go with than Graeme and his team. His knowledge of the fauna and flora is outstanding as are his driving skills in negotiating the rutted tracks and...More

Thank GalsworthyLondon
Reviewed 18 October 2018 via mobile
Linda Francis

I have done this trip at least 10 times and it is never the same or is it boring. In fact the more I do the trip the more I learn. Nothing is too much trouble for Graeme and Toni. Excellent in every aspect of...More

Thank Linda F
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