From Pemberton: D'Entrecasteaux National Park Eco Adventure

From Pemberton: D'Entrecasteaux National Park Eco Adventure

From $141.01 per person

Explore Pemberton's hidden treasures on this full-day adventure. Visit Lake Jasper, the largest natural freshwater lake in Western Australia. See Black Point and the home of the Goblins at Goblin Swamp before returning to Pemberton in the evening.

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Duration 7 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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  • Experience a diversity of wildlife from Kangaroo's, snakes, emus to forest birdlife
  • Listen to the tales of Aboriginal history and early pioneering settlers
  • Immerse yourself in the heart of the D'Entrecasteaux National Park
Full description
Leave Pemberton in the morning before heading via Beedelup National Park through local farmland. Stop at Goblin Swamp and get ready to take great photos.  Experience a diversity of wildlife from Kangaroo's, snakes, emus, and forest Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo and other birdlife unique to this pristine area. River valleys to towering Karri forest, down to the dense coastal forests, Graeme or Colin will reveal tales of Aboriginal history, early pioneering settlers, and even show some of their early horse-drawn trails in the security and comfort of your four-wheel drive.  Upon entering the Goblins Swamp the tour stops and you will have time to take some photos. These beautiful melaleucas are a national treasure, and their water source (the Yarragadee) is very controversial. After the shortstop, travel through the Donnelly River crossing on the way to the morning tea spot at Lake Jasper. Lake Jasper is the largest Natural freshwater lake in Western Australia and is another example of a perched lake.  This lake is a beautiful example of National Park management at its best as powered motorboats are not allowed anymore. It is only possible to use hand-powered motors on the lake now. There is a beautiful campground including a picnic table which will be used for the morning tea. After your cup of tea or coffee, travel further towards the coast, often popping into one of the beaches along the way.  Arrived at your destination Black Point you will have another great photo opportunity. Expect to find more hexagons than a beehive as they are everywhere. This area has a huge cultural significance and we do acknowledge the custodians of the region with aboriginal artifacts often seen on the tour. After a delicious lunch, if the weather allows it, head along the beach to the columns. These basalt columns are beautiful and also subject to huge swells off the southern ocean. Future tour dates have been based on arriving here at low tide. Return back to Pemberton at the end of the tour.
  • Expert Driver
  • Tour Guide
  • Morning Tea
  • Lunch
  • National Park Entry Fees
  • Drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

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Meeting point

Meet at 12b Brockman St, Pemberton WA 6260, Australia, departure is from the office at 12b Brockman St Pemberton.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Sun hat
  • Swimwear
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Reusable water bottle

Know before you go

  • It is recommended that participants have a moderate fitness level
  • Please advise dietary requirements
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