by Heather F
Heywood, Victoria, Australia
October 28, 2001
Using the old railway line, these specially built, open sided trams travel south from Pemberton, over rivers and across trestle bridges. A guided commentary explains the history, geography and biology of the areas as we travel through.
Two short stops involve a short walk to visit the spectacular Cascades where the Lefroy Brook tumbles over a series of rocky shelves. The other, at the Warren River turn around point can include a short walk through the forest past a burnt out karri estimated to be 400 years old and a morning tea of fresh blackberries, season permitting.
This same company also run steam trips to the north of Pemberton, but not during the summer months.
From journal Pemberton-Amongst the Tall Trees