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Now hop in your car and head to Hidden River Estate!

Don’t forget to check out these Fun Facts & Things to Do!

Distance to next destination:
3.8 kms

Fun Facts & Things to Do

With a total of 24 national parks, a large proportion of Australia’s South West’s beautiful landscapes and natural attractions are protected, which means they’re also the best places to observe native flora and fauna.

Within the Southern Forests there a large number of National Parks accessible by foot, mountain bike,
2WD and 4WD. These include the Gloucester, Warren, Beedelup, Greater Hawke D’Entrecasteaux and Shannon National Parks.

Camping is possible in the Warren, Shannon, D’Entrecasteaux National Parks as well as the Big Brook Arboretum and Greens Island.

There are so many trails available in the region for any type of interest, If it’s walking you enjoy, then there are so many beautiful walk trail locations.

Nestled within the Greater Beedelup National Park, the towering Beedelup Falls are a series of rocky cascades best viewed in full flow after winter rains. To see them up close, hop on a walk trail from RAC Karri Valley Resort. It’ll lead you across a suspension bridge over Beedelup Brook to reach a lookout with spectacular views of the falls and the resort in the distance.

Check out this link for maps and info about trails in the region: totaltrails.com.au

For a more challenging walk, opt for the 4.5km Beedelup Falls Loop. This moderately difficult trail weaves through karri forest, the Walk-Through-Tree and RAC Karri Valley Resort, and also makes a stop at Waterfall Dam, the peaceful lake into which the falls empty.

https://parksandresorts.rac.com.au/karri-valley/

The Pemberton Visitors Centre has all the maps and info you need to find the best trail or national park for your special interests.

If you fancy a day on the water while you’re here why not book in for a Donnelly River Cruise – starting point is just a few kilometres from Pemberton and a courtesy bus runs from the Pemberton Visitor’s Centre.

The Donnelly River passes through jarrah forest, paperbark trees and wetlands. A great way to explore this iconic natural beauty is to hop on a daily Donnelly River Cruise.

Admire the region’s diversity from the water with host Peter who has plenty of knowledge about the
area’s geology, flora and fauna. He’s also known for his delicious homemade muffins which you can dig into for morning tea.

At the mouth of the river, you’ll have the chance to disembark and stroll along soft white beaches that are virtually isolated, except for a few locals trying their hand at beach fishing.

https://donnellyrivercruises.com.au/