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If you’re looking to take one last trip before the holidays are over then Pemberton’s karri trees might just be the place for you. Once used as fire lookouts, the series of 18 trees spanning the south-west forests can now be used as thrilling climbing adventures. Instead of scanning the terrain for the first signs of smoke take in the beauty of the surrounding forests and farmlands from the heights of the karri trees. Also take the time to experience Pemberton’s waterfalls, lush national parks, fresh produce and wineries for an all-around entertaining trip!

To get the most out of your experience bring along a copy of Craig Silvey’s Jasper Jones set within the Pemberton region. This thrilling murder-mystery follows a small rural town as they grow fearful when a young girl goes missing, whilst thirteen-year old Charlie becomes even more fearful when he alone comes to know the truth. With a copy of this book and a trip up the karri tree’s your trip will be no short of adventure!

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