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Albany Visitor Centre

Albany features natural wonders and holds stories of Australia's heritage that are unique to the Great Southern Region. It's a break from routine, so slip back a gear and bring yourself to Albany - you'll love it!

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Australia's South West Visitor Centre

Australia’s South West’s natural beauty combines with a sensational wine and food industry to create a place where unique and memorable experiences are always part of the landscape.

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Chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the world's Top 10 Regions in 2010, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Discover towering forests to whale watching, fine food and wine to world class surfing, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Margaret River and its surrounds are a popular destination for world-class wineries, top surfing and fun family holidays. Locals head here in winter too, responding to the lure of cosy log-fires, brisk walks along the beach, horse riding through the bush and mountains of delicious local produce.

A huge draw for scuba divers is the HMAS Swan Dive Wreck, also visible to snorkellers from above the ocean surface. The Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory provides another amazing view of the colourful world beneath the water. 

Denmark Visitor Centre

Denmark is a charming town, located on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River.

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Denmark is a charming town, located on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River. With its rugged coastline and towering forests, Denmark offers visitors unforgettable scenery, quality wineries and plenty of activities. The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk in the tingle forest near Denmark is a must. The picturesque and serene beauty of Denmark is a draw-card and inspiration for many artists who reside in the area. Browse through galleries of furniture, pottery, glass, sculptures, paintings and even jigsaws. The standard of fresh gourmet food and quality wine offered here is exceptional, with the surrounding wineries producing superb semillon sauvignon blanc and bold shiraz. Denmark's highly acclaimed wines have distinct characteristics and most can be tasted at the cellar door. The natural sweeping vistas and remote landscapes around Denmark make it a favourite getaway for those seeking a romantic interlude or a chance to appreciate nature. There are so many options when it comes to finding a place to stay in Denmark, with everything from luxurious retreats to budget style accommodation.
Denmark, Western Australia...so much more than just a weekend.
 

Kojonup Visitors Centre

Explore the Australian rural way of life, from authentic Aboriginal bush tucker to world-renowned wines, from the early history of WA to state-of-the-art farm production methods.

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Nestling in the rural heartland of the Australia’s South West, historic Kojonup is more than just a gateway to the beautiful South. Spend an idyllic, indulgent getaway exploring the countryside, bushwalking discover the rich diversity of orchids and wildflowers in season. Kojonup is also ideal location for an activity holiday with facilities to cater for just about every sport.

Whatever you choose to do during your visit you will never be far away from the town’s long and proud history, stretching back centuries to when nomadic Aborigines were first attracted to the area by fresh water spring and abundance of game. Europeans first settled and in 1837 as a military outpost with its own Military Barracks, built in 1845. Even the name Kojonup has a historic significance, referring to the “Kodja’ or stone axe made by the Aborigines from the local stone of the area

Kojonup Visitors centr provides visitors with a unique and total visitor experience, challenging them to let their senses work overtime as they experience the story of the people of Kojonup today their relationship and care of the land over time. The district’s evolution from ancient times is captured in multi media elements and fully interactive displays. Displays include an actual school bus and farm ute, a shearing shed, Noongar Story circle, kitchen and a replica reserve house, where, under government policy, local aborigines lived from the mid 1930s to 1970.

Explore Australia’s wonderful heritage of rose growing. While seeking shade under one of the rustic pergolas, share the poignant stories of the three women, Yoondi the Noongar, Elizabeth the English and Maria the Italian, set into the paths and furnishings of the maze.

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