About Eucalyptus House
Set on 1½ acres in a tranquil Karri forest setting is a unique self-contained rammed earth and timber home, located on the edge of Pemberton, Western Australia.
The property features:
- Large, open plan living split level with bedrooms and second living area.
- Extensive and creative woodwork throughout with quality furnishings creates warmth and charm.
- Provides a comfortable and peaceful stay for one or two families. Accommodating up to 10 people.
- Solar passive design with north facing house featuring rammed earth and large picture windows overlooking the Karri forest.
The historical timber town of Pemberton, surrounded by towering Karri trees, remarkable natural beauty with captivating forests, magnificent wild flowers, bubbling streams and waterfalls.
With a myriad of things to do Pemberton is more than you expected.
Consider adventure; go mountain biking on stunning single track, enjoy a tram ride through the forest, cruise on the Donnelly River, 4WD over the magnificent Yeagarup sand dunes to the beach, fish for marron and trout in the rivers and streams, enjoy a wine or beer from award winning wineries or brewery, canoe down the Warren River, bushwalk on the Bibbulmun Track, taste mouth-watering fresh local produce, sit by the roaring log fire in winter or in summer enjoy a picnic at Big Brook Dam.
Climb the Gloucester Lookout Tree and explore the five National Parks surrounding Pemberton on the Karri Forest Explorer Drive.
There is lots to do and Eucalyptus House is a wonderful base to explore the Southern Forests.
"Come for the trees, stay for the experience".