Pemberton is full of exciting attractions to be enjoyed by all people of all ages. Some of these attractions are conveniently close to Sleepers Pemberton and are listed below.

Passing by the Sleepers Pemberton cottages is the Pemberton Scenic Railway. The two hour journey takes passengers through the towering forest at the heart of the surrounding National Park. The native flora and fauna paint a colourful backdrop for a relaxing afternoon with a short lesson in local history thrown in.

Gloucester National Park is only 1.5km away from Sleepers Pemberton and is one of the best places to see the giant karri trees that the town is famed for. This majestic national park is home to what some would call Pemberton's most famous tourist attraction, the Gloucester Tree, This tree is 53m high and has a lookout at the top.

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Constructed in the 1920s, this historic swimming pool was originally made for the families of timber workers. Pemberton Pool is an iconic destination for visitors of the town and is the perfect spot for a picnic and swim.

Beedelup Falls is a major attraction in the majestic Greater Beedelup National Park. This enchanting series of rocky cascades is best viewed when they are in full flow with winter rains, though the national park is beautiful year round. There is a boardwalk built around the falls where you can see the water rushing below your feet! 

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The popular Bibbulmun Track offers a wide range of experiences ranging from a leisurely stroll to an ambitious eight week adventure. The track is recognised worldwide as one of the greatest long distance walks and it is a great way to enjoy the peace and beauty of the natural environment. 

Big Brook Dam was constructed to supplement water supplies in Pemberton in 1986. The dam is a popular spot for swimming, picnicking, fishing, bushwalking, canoeing and kayaking. 

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