For a bird’s eye view over the lush karri forests of Pemberton, climb the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree.
Once used as a fire lookout, today the 75 metre high tree is open to the public.
If you’re not too adventurous, there’s a platform about half way up, which still affords excellent views.
You can also go bushwalking through the forest on the Warren River Loop Walk-Trail. Immerse yourself in nature and you’ll feel relaxed and recharged.
The bird watching in this neck of the woods is excellent and you may even spot the rare red-tailed black cockatoo.
Pack a picnic and enjoy the facilities which include barbecues and an undercover picnic area.
The Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree is a short drive from Pemberton. You can drive to Pemberton from Perth in about four hours.