Southern Forests attractions

Farm in Manjimup

Truffle & Wine Co

To discover how the world's most expensive produce is harvested, follow your nose to the Truffle & Wine Co. Join a 2½-hour truffle hunt with the clever truffle-hunting Labradors from Friday to Sunday (June to Au…
Landmark in Pemberton

Gloucester Tree

Its reputation proceeds it as an epic fire-lookout tree to admire for its height and girth, or a daring opportunity to test your vertigo and your fitness. The tree climb is closed in wet or windy conditions, but rea…
Bridge in Manjimup

One Tree Bridge & Glenoran Pool

In a forest clearing 22km from Manjimup are the remains of One Tree Bridge. It was constructed from a single karri log carefully felled to span the width of the river, but was rendered unusable after floods in 1966.…
Forest in Manjimup

Four Aces

These four 300-plus-year-old karri trees sit in a straight line; stand directly in front and they disappear into one. There's a short loop walk through the surrounding karri glade, and a 1½-hour loop bushwalking tra…
Arts Centre in Pemberton

Pemberton Fine Woodcraft Gallery

In lush gardens, this small gallery has truly exquisite pieces for sale, all mastercrafted from salvaged timber. Even if a table isn't going to fit in your luggage, a bottle stopper or wood clock might be the souven…
Viewpoint in Manjimup

Diamond Tree Lookout

Nine kilometres south of Manjimup along the South Western Hwy is the Diamond Tree Lookout. Metal spikes allow you to climb this 52m karri, and there's a nature trail nearby.
Landmark in Nannup

Nannup Clock Tower

A passionate local named Kevin Bird designed and built the world's largest wooden clock. You can marvel at the dream and the craftsmanship with a self-guided audio tour.
Park in Manjimup

Timber & Heritage Park

Located in town this park has a little lake, an excellent playground for kids including an incredibly tall slide, plus a tiny museum and logging paraphernalia.
Historic Building in Bridgetown

Bridgedale House

Bridgedale House is one of Bridgetown's oldest buildings, built of mud and clay by the area's first settler in 1862, and since restored by the National Trust.
Nature Reserve in Pemberton

Big Brook Arboretum

A showcase of big trees from all around the world. Pick up a Karri Forest Explorer map from the Pemberton visitor centre.