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Harvey Cheese

11442 South Western Highway, Wokalup, Western Australia, 6221
Email: penny@harveycheese.com
Website: www.harveycheese.com
9009787 Phone Number: 61 08 9729 3949
Fax Number: 61 08 9729 3999

Harvey Cheese is located 141 kilometres south of Perth on the South Western Highway. Harvey Cheese manufactures hand made specialty cheese which includes, Blue Vien, Soft White Tripple Cream Camembert, Wicked Washed Rind, Romano, Hard Savoury Cheese and Fetta's in various flavours. They offer free cheese tastings. You are welcome to view the cheese making room any time. Harvey Cheese also features local produce including ice-cream. We have a children's activity area, as well as farm animals to pat including camels.

Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trails, Nannup, Western Australia

Old Timberline and Sidings Rail Trails

Nannup Foreshore Park, Nannup, Western Australia, 6275
Email: blackwood@dec.wa.gov.au
Website: www.trailswa.com.au
9133081 Phone Number: 61 08 9752 5555
Fax Number: 61 08 9752 1432

The 22 kilometre, Old Timberline Trail, located near Nannup, south of Perth, Western Australia, is a two day walk or one day cycle with an overnight hut on the bend of St John Brook. This scenic trail ranges from a windy walk trail to old timber roads. Originally a road and rail line used to remove logs from the jarrah forest, today the trail is utilised by walkers and mountain bike riders. Unlike other rail trails it's hilly in sections and becomes narrow in many places, providing a scenic challenge. Beginning at either end, the trail runs from the rail bridge (over the Blackwood River) in Nannup to Cambray Siding - the intersection of the Sidings Rail Trail (combine these two trails for a 37 kilometre ride). The Old Timberline Trail follows St John Brook Creek and passes many beautiful locations. Sleeper Hewers Camp, sleeping a maximum of eight people, is situated near one of these settings, whilst there are two car accessible swimming sites - Barrabup Pool and Workman's Pool. The moderate Top Trail features interpretation on the old timberline heritage, beautiful flora and fauna and spectacular views to the bends in St John Brook from Sleeper Hewer's Camp.

Vasse River and Rotary Park, Busselton, Western Australia

Vasse River and Rotary Park

Bussell Highway, Busselton, Western Australia, 6280
Email: busselton@geographebay.com
Website: www.geographebay.com
9010470 Phone Number: 61 08 9752 1288
Fax Number: 61 08 9752 1470

Vasse River and Rotary Park is a picturesque setting for a picnic. Situated on the banks of the Vasse River, it’s easy to forget you are in the heart of Busselton as you relax in the tranquil surroundings. Relax under the shade of the trees on a rug or sit at the tables and chairs provided. Enjoy a picnic lunch or barbeque, while the children are kept entertained in the large playground. Read the interesting historic information displayed in the park and study the interactive art pieces on display. Standing on the wooden jetty protruding into the river is a great vantage point from which to watch the multitude of bird life. There is a lovely walk and cycle track from Rotary Park, which follows the river as it winds through the town of Busselton to the ocean. The coastal town of Busselton is a three and a half hour drive south of Perth.

Emu Point, Albany, Western Australia

Emu Point

via Cunningham Street, Albany, Western Australia, 6330
Email: info@amazingalbany.com
Website: www.amazingalbany.com
9010404 Phone Number: 61 08 9841 9290
Fax Number: 61 08 9842 1490

Emu Point in Albany is the perfect place for families to go swimming and picnicking. It’s an ideal spot for children thanks to clear, calm and shallow water, as well as grassy lawn and trees. Pack a picnic and enjoy a relaxing afternoon. Emu Point is also popular for fishing and boating. When the wind is up wind surfers skim along the shallows at a fast pace. Emu Point is a long promontory which juts out into the ocean near Oyster Harbour, just a few minutes from Albany. Albany is a four and a half hour drive from Perth or you can fly there in just over an hour.

St Werburgh

St Werburgh's Chapel

St Werburghs Road, Mount Barker, Western Australia, 6324
Email: info@mountbarkertourismwa.com.au
Website: www.mountbarkertourismwa.com.au
9010414 Phone Number: 61 08 9851 1163
Fax Number: 61 08 9851 1919

St Werburgh’s Chapel in Mount Barker was built as a place of worship for the original settlers of the area. Examine the excellent craftsmanship and study the history of the church. If your visit falls on a day of worship, attend one of the chapel’s regular services which are still held by candlelight as the chapel has never had electricity. St Werburgh’s Church forms part of the Mount Barker Heritage Trail, a 30 kilometre drive around the picturesque Mount Barker and surrounding area. Stop en-route to see the magnificent views from the Mount Barker lookout and visit the many sites of historical interest. Mount Barker is just over four hours drive south of Perth and the region offers a multitude of attractions to suit all tastes and budgets. A trip to the Porongurup Ranges, the oldest volcanic range in the world, will not disappoint. Wine lovers will love the large selection of first rate wineries. In close proximity to Albany and Denmark, Mount Barker is an excellent base to discover the southeast region.

Wellington Discovery Forest, Bunbury, Western Australia

Wellington Discovery Forest

Wellington Forest Road, Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230
Email: welcome@bunbury.wa.gov.au
Website: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/wellington-discovery-forest
9010258 Phone Number: 61 08 9792 7205
Fax Number: 61 08 9721 9224

The Wellington Discovery Forest provides an informative insight into the diverse ecosystem of the Jarrah Forest. Take the self-guided walk through the magnificent forest or pack a picnic to sit and enjoy soaking up the atmosphere. Find out about the animals that inhabit the mighty giant tress. This exceptional learning experience is located within the Wellington National Park, a short two hour drive south of Perth. Spend the day at the Discovery Forest and surrounding area. Alternatively, stay overnight at one of the excellent campsites within the national park to take more time exploring the myriad of attractions on offer. Drive through the park, or get up close and explore it on foot taking in one of the nature walks. Laze by the Wellington Dam or take out a canoe, fish in the lake or photograph the stunning wildflowers in season. The Wellington National Park is just three hours south of Perth. Camping in Western Australia's natural areas is a special experience. Selected campgrounds from across the state are now bookable online for a trial period.

Beedelup National Park, Pemberton, Western Australia

Beedelup National Park

off Vasse Highway, Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260
Email: pemtour@karriweb.com.au
Website: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/beedelup
9010438 Phone Number: 61 08 9776 1133
Fax Number: 61 08 9776 1623

Beedelup National Park is set amidst a beautiful forest in the states southwest. A highlight of the park is the Beedelup Falls. Ensure you bring your camera to capture the beauty of the falls which are spectacular in late winter when the brook is in full flow. In the springtime, you will witness some of the most prolific wildflowers in the area. Close by is a suspension bridge crossing over the Beedelup Brook which provides superb views of the falls. The Park offers several excellent walk trails and includes the “Walk through Karri.” This enormous 400 year old Karri tree has a large manmade hole cut through the middle. Stand inside the tree for a unique photo opportunity, knowing that you have 151 tonnes of tree above you. Another attraction is Beedelup Lake; a picturesque and tranquil setting to relax and take in the best nature has to offer. Located just four hours south of Perth and a short drive from Pemberton, the area has plenty to see. Climb the world’s tallest fire lookout tree - the Gloucester Tree, take a river cruise down the Donnelly River or visit some of the state’s finest wineries.

Princess Royal Fortress (The Forts), Albany, Western Australia

Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum

Forts Road, Mount Clarence, Albany, Western Australia, 6330
Email: info@amazingalbany.com
Website: www.amazingalbany.com
9010415 Phone Number: 61 08 9841 9290
Fax Number: 61 08 9842 1490

Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum is Australia's first federal fortress and has a range of attractions entertain you. The views of King George Sound and Princess Royal Harbour are a highlight. Explore the restored 1893 fortress on foot. Discover how the soldiers kept the enemy out of the port. Visit the commanding officer's house for views across the bays and up to the Porongurup Ranges. Be amazed by the anti-submarine weapon system and the torpedoes used by submarines. Visit the kitchen site, quarter masters, officer's residence and married quarters to imagine how soldiers lived. The history buff will enjoy the impressive museums on offer at the fortress, including HMAS Perth Interpretive Centre, Australian Light Horses Museum and the Australian War Memorial Gallery. The Military Institute Tea Rooms will provide a bite to eat and an opportunity to absorb all that you have seen. Situated four and a half hours drive south of Perth, the fortress is a well worth a visit. Entry to the facility is free, however, please note that the buildings are not accessible unless guests visit the National Anzac Centre. Visitation to the buildings at Princess Royal Fortress is included in the National Anzac Centre ticket price.

Bunbury Wildlife Park, Bunbury, Western Australia

Bunbury Wildlife Park

Prince Philip Drive, South Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230
Email: wildlifepark@bunbury.wa.gov.au
Website: www.bunburywildlifepark.com.au
9209142 Phone Number: 61 08 9721 8380
Fax Number: 61 08 9721 8655

At the Bunbury Wildlife Park, fun and the furry and feathered friends are their favourite things! Feed the parrots in the walk through aviaries. See more than 60 varieties of birds and marsupials. Get close to an Aussie icon in the kangaroo enclosure. The wildlife park is adjacent to a great children's playground and the Big Swamp wetlands. Enjoy a coffee or a light meal in the cafe or bring a picnic.

Jetty Baths, Bunbury, Western Australia

Jetty Baths

Jetty Road, Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230
Email: welcome@bunbury.wa.gov.au
Website: www.visitbunbury.com.au
9117922 Phone Number: 61 08 9792 7205
Fax Number: 61 08 9721 9224

Jetty Baths is a quiet beach near Bunbury’s city centre with shallow still waters making it a perfect location for children. Build sand castles on the beach, whilst keeping a look out in the bay to see the resident dolphins frolicking in the water. Take a dip in the refreshing tranquil waters while the children play in the superb playground facilities, which include a slide that takes the children down onto the beach. The still waters allow for perfect conditions to snorkel and observe the marine life that lives below. Lunch options are plentiful. Pull out the picnic rug to enjoy a relaxing picnic on the lush grass and make the most of the barbeques supplied to cook up a feast. If you prefer there is a kiosk selling light refreshments or alternatively a waterfront restaurant for something more substantial. Jetty Baths is just below the Marlston Hill Lookout which offers uninterrupted panoramic views across the harbour and Koombana Bay. The coastal city of Bunbury is a two hour drive south of Perth and offers a variety of attractions appealing to all ages.