Tourist Information for Western Australia

Western Australia

Business Listings : 14

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  • Albany Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times

    Albany

    Listing id: 15

    Albany is home to the first European settlement in Western Australia, and also the place from which the ANZAC soldiers departed for Gallipoli. Its history oozes from its heritage buildings and embraces the city whilst being set amongst amazingly dramatic coastline, fertile lands and ever changing conditions.

    Albany is host to the state’s first farm, the first federal fortress, the old whaling station & museum, and soon to the new Albany Interpretative Centre and ANZAC Heritage Precinct on Mt Clarence and Mt Adelaide. Visitors are enticed to immerse themselves in the heritage, arts and culture, to experience the new Albany Entertainment Centre, and to taste the unique and exceptional local produce of this pristine location.
    Website - +61 8 984...

  • Balingup Visitors Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times

    Balingup

    Listing id: 206

    Balingup, Experience the Magic, A small vibrant village in the heart of the Blackwood River Valley (two and half hours) South of Perth. Balingup, surrounded by vast expanses of native forest, orchards, vineyards, river and rolling hills invites you to experience the magic of our country life. A wide variety of accommodation is available. Self-Contained cottages, Bed and Breakfast, or Backpacker, a cosy bed awaits you in Balingup. Uniquely positioned in the South West, its an ideal town in which to base yourself to explore the region. From Margaret River connect with The Golden Triangle of Nannup, Bridgetown and Balingup and sample all this region has to offer.
    Website - 08 976418...

  • Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times

    Western Australia

    Listing id: 164

    The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre at Merredin invites you to explore a wonderland of surprises within 3 to 4 hours drive from Perth or Kalgoorlie. Discover vistas of open farmland, walk wildflower trails, climb magnificent granite rocks, and enjoy delightful small country towns. Join the friendly locals at market days, unique local events or the theatre. Visit local museums and galleries. Stay a while and wake up to the magic of the Wheatbelt.
    Website - +61 8 904...

  • Chittering Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times

    Chittering

    Listing id: 196

    The Chittering Visitor Centre is located in the town of Bindoon just 85 kilometres from the Perth metropolitan area. The centre has local and regional information provided by staff and volunteers. Souvenirs and local art and produce is available at the Centre.
    Website - 08 9576 1...

  • Drive WA - Driving Holdays Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times

    Western Australia

    Listing id: 161

    Driving Holidays Information Centre - Perth with a population of only two million it is hard to believe Western Australia is larger than the whole of Europe and covers 2.5 million square km - a staggering one third of Australia. This gigantic, untamed landscape features vast blue skies by day, a canopy of enchanting stars by night, and some of nature's most extraordinary creations. Discover pristine seascapes and unspoilt beaches or head inland and explore stunning, ancient gorges which house dream time stories from one of the world's oldest living cultures.

    Perth city is home to small laneway bars, pedestrian malls, rooftop restaurants and heaps of river and beach fun and action. What makes Perth different to other city destinations is the natural beauty and wildlife experiences that are literally on its doorstep. Pop in to our Info Centre in Perth for a chat with our expert staff, get free maps and insider tips.
    Website - 08 9425 5...

  • Dryandra Country Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times

    Dryandra Country

    Listing id: 162

    Dryandra Country Visitor Centre is just 2 hours from Perth.

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    South East of Perth, Dryandra Country offers nature based attractions like Barna Mia animal sanctuary located in Dryandra Woodland. The area abounds in granite outcrops and nature reserves and a mix of wineries, heritage and country style accommodation to add interest for any visitor.
    Website - 08 9881 2...

  • Fremantle Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 10 Times

    Fremantle

    Listing id: 14

    The Fremantle Visitor Centre invites you to take in the sights and sound of one of Western Australia’s most historic and beautiful cities. Fremantle is recognised as the best preserved 19th Century seaport in the world. Over 150 buildings in the port city are classified by the National Trust, these include: The Round House which was built in 1831 & is the oldest public building in W.A, The Esplanade Hotel which was built in 1890s and the Fremantle Prison which was built by convict labour in the 1850s.

    Fremantle was establlished in 1829 as a port for the fledgling Swan River Colony and was the major city in Western Australia for much of its early history. Fremantle became a city in its own right by 1929, and survived the building demolitions of the 1890s and the 1960s. The city emerged in 1987 when it was the host city for the Americas Cup sailing challenge, as a city rich in heritage and character.
    Website - +61 8 943...

  • Kununurra Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times

    Kununurra

    Listing id: 160

    Kununurra is the gateway to the spectacular East Kimberley, with attractions such as Lake Argyle, Purnululu National Park which contains the Bungle Bungles, the Gibb River Road, Wyndham, El Questro, Mitchell Falls, the amazing and remote Kimberley Coast and so much more. Email or call today for free information and advice along with a copy of our Glove Box Guide to the East Kimberley.

    This booklet contains all the information and advice you need when planning your East Kimberley adventure. Our friendly team of Kimberley locals can assist with book your accommodation, tours, scenic flights and cruises, including Kimberley Coast Cruises at no extra charge. Let the locals with local knowledge and experience help you make your dreams come true. \nFind us on facebook for up to date information!
    Website - 08 9168 1...

  • Northam Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times

    Northam

    Listing id: 193

    Northam is situated in the heart of the Avon Valley and is the gateway to the Wheatbelt of WA. Located less then 100km's from Perth, the township is the perfect base from which to explore the Avon Valley and beyond. The Northam Visitor Centre located on the banks of the Avon River can provide you with the most recent information on where to stay and what to do in the region. Northam offers something for everyone and hosts many special events throughout the year.

    To make the most of your stay make the Visitor Centre your first point of contact with friendly advise as well as free maps & directions for travellers. The Centre has an abundance of info. on activities, attractions, dining & accommodation options, they also have a wide range of local products & souvenirs for sale. The Centre also hosts an art gallery, migrant & cultural display and an environmental exhibition. For those that have been on the road for some time, showers are available. Open 7 days per week 9am-4pm (closed some public holidays) come & visit us at: 2 Grey St., Northam, WA, 6401
    Website - (08) 9622...