Unique, colonial accommodation,
surrounded by Pemberton’s Karri Forest.


Glauder's Cottage, just 10 minutes from Pemberton, is the original settlers cottage built by the Glauder family in the early 1900's. The farm is unique in the Pemberton district as it is totally surrounded on all sides by vast Karri forest with two trout filled rivers running through it.

Losing none of its colonial charm, the cottage now boasts accommodation for 8 with three large bedrooms (consisting of two double bedrooms and a bunk room which sleeps four), two bathrooms, a large living room and spacious farmhouse kitchen and dining area. As a concession to the times, the house is now fully equipped with all the modern conveniences one would expect.



During the refurbishment, the verandas were enlarged and a sheltered wooden deck was added to create a marvellous outdoor living area. The views are spectacular. And if you find you have trouble relaxing, there’s even a private deck with a spa.

The kitchen is fully equipped - just bring your food (or catch it). Firewood, linen and towels are supplied and cleaning is included in the price. Don’t forget your fishing tackle, favourite CD’s and a good book.

Indoor games are also provided for enjoyable evenings around the fire listening to your favourite music. 


Do as much – or as little – as you want


With the cottage set in such majestic surroundings you can take your time and do as much – or as little – as you want, the choice is yours.


Walk the grounds

Why not take a ramble through the grounds and the surrounding Karri forest. Beyond the beautiful cottage garden there are short and slightly longer walks to be had, including the Bibulman Track which passes nearby.


Relax in the Spa

Take away the strains of the big city by relaxing in the outdoor spa, watching the sun set into the Karri trees surrounding the property, while the kangaroos come out to play for the evening.


Pemberton Scenic Railway

Passing through the property is the Pemberton Scenic Railway. The two hour journey takes passengers through the towering forest at the heart of the surrounding National Park. The native flora and fauna paint a colourful backdrop for a relaxing afternoon with a short lesson in local history thrown in.


Lefroy Brook and Warren River

Discover the art of trout fishing! Good catches can be had just outside the front door in the Lefroy Brook and Warren River. Marron are also to be found and make for a scrumptious lunch (only to be taken in season, of course!).