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Pump Hill Farm offers much more than just accommodation…

  • Our friendly farm animals are always looking out for a kindly pat and a carrot or two. They will come to the fence at any sign of a friendly face.
  • Join us each morning for a hay ride. Help us feed the cows from the tractor, then get up close and personal with our donkeys, sheep, ducks and chickens
  • Wander our picturesque farm
  • Enjoy your own private barbeque on a balmy evening
  • Watch the many colourful birds who visit the area
  • Wander the bushtracks which lead from the property into the forest
  • Enjoy a DVD in your cottage
  • Or just sit back and do absolutely nothing except enjoy the peace and quiet and fabulous views…


If you are looking to venture out from your comfortable cottage, you can try any (or all) of the following activities:

  • Bushwalking
  • Climb the world famous Gloucester Tree
  • Trout Fishing
  • Swim in safety and comfort at beautiful Big Brook Dam
  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Yoga with Gwen ( or 0419774323)
  • Visit the craft shops and woodcraft galleries
  • Taste the many varieties of wine at local wineriesPicnic in the forest
  • Explore the spectacular coastline at Windy Harbour, a scenic 45 minute drive away
  • Take a ride on the tram or steam train through the forest
  • Try the delicious local freshwater crayfish known as “marron”

Easy day trips to other major south west towns and attractions, including:

Tree top walk (1.5 hours)
Margaret River (1.5 hours)
Augusta (1.25 hours)
Busselton (1.25 hours)
Windy Harbour and D’Entrecaseaux National Park (45 mins)
Shannon National Park (20 mins)

Local Attractions in Pemberton

Local winery, where you can have a bit of fun, relax and enjoy some laid-back music, magnificent water/forest views, great food and a selection of handcrafted boutique wines.

Give the family a memory they will cherish forever on the Beach & Forest Offroad Adventure with Pemberton Discovery Tours. Take them on a sand dune adventure through the D’Entrecasteaux and Warren National Parks near Pemberton. operate twice daily however bookings are essential! 

 The Pemberton Tramway Company Pty Ltd is a privately operated tourist railway, which conveys tourists through deep forests and picturesque countryside as well as recreating the history of the timber railways that were so important to the regions development and growth. – 

CALM licensed tour operator providing a range of tours in the south west area, including an exciting 4WD experience in an air-conditioned Toyota Landcruiser Arkana which seats up to 13 passengers. Or you may wish to Tag-a-long if you have your own 4WD vehicle.

At the heart of Pemberton and indeed in the dress circle of the region lies the vineyards and winery of Lost Lake. Established in 1990 the vineyard is comprised of pinot noir, chardonnay, shiraz, sauvignon blanc, merlot and cabernet. These varieties are proving to be excellent examples of these styles within the region. All their wines are made at their own facility located on the property by their resident winemaking team. – 

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Birdwatching tours designed and conducted, primarily in the South West region of Western Australia but also in other parts of Australia by request. These range from half-day tempters right through to fully accommodated 16 day expeditions as well as personalised tours looking for particular species or to specific locations 

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The Gloucester Tree is a giant Karri tree in the Gloucester National Park of Western Australia. At 72 metres in height, it is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree (second only to the nearby Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree), and visitors can climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding Karri forest.    This one is not for the faint hearted.