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 A vibrant place to visit with an oasis of calm in the bustle of your day. Lush green pastures to the majestic Jarrah forests of the Darling Ranges enhanced by fifty kilometres of undulating coastline.

Harvey encompasses a wide range of different landscapes, Binningup & Myalup are two beachside communities that offer excellent swimming, fishing and surfing within a close travelling distance.

As part of the Geographe wine region Harvey is home to nine distinctly award winning wineries. Follow the wine and food trail and explore with all of your senses!

Wonder at the vastness of the ambitious new Harvey Dam which is 14 metres times higher and 7 times larger than the previous weir. Complemented by a unique Amphitheatre nestled on the edge of a picnic area below the Harvey Dam.

Attractions not to miss include the Heritage Steam Age Workshop Museum at Yarloop and the wonderful Featured Wood Gallery at Australind.

Harvey History Online provides information on the collections of Oral Histories recorded by members of the Harvey Districts Oral History Group and includes Cemetery Records and other articles of historical interest relating to the Shire of Harvey encompassing Harvey, Australind, Brunswick, Yarloop, Roelands, Burekup and surrounds.

Harvey is on  Highway 20 , an alternative route to the South West of Western Australia. Escape the hustle and bustle of the freeway and enjoy the country towns of the South Western Highway. Just North of Harvey, alongside the railway line, you'll find Cookernup

Stirling’s Cottage a replica of Sir James Stirlings Cottage, perched on the picturesque Harvey River nestled in the beautiful Heritage Gardens . In the 1880’s the original cottage was home to May Gibbs the artist-writer who created Snugglepot and Cuddlepie. Browse through the delightful ‘Moo Shoppe’ and say hi to the friendly staff at the Harvey Visitor Centre .  

Western Tourist Radio is keen to swap links with any businesses in the Harvey area that offers a service that might be of interest to visitors to the area. From accommodation and attractions to unique products and services. For further information please see our  Link Policy  

 
Things to See and Do:
Harvey Cheese  Harvey Cheese  We are family owned and operated, we specialise in making cheese to time-honoured methods using only the freshest, creamiest milk.
   
Yarloop Workshops and Steam Museum 
Harvey Community Radio.It's your town talking 96.5FM

Places to Eat and Wineries:

Trattoria Briscola       Pizza- Pasta - Gelato - A La Carte - Fully Licensed
Accommodation:
Roelands Village Roelands Village is a nationally significant heritage site set in a majestic environment surrounded by the rolling Seven Hills. Roelands accommodation includes 15 houses located in the central Village precinct surrounded by the Roelands Farm and the majestic rolling Seven Hills. There is a large function venue and commercial kitchen that can accommodate up to 100 people
Lake Brockman Lake Brockman Tourist Park    A natural state forest setting for Caravans, Camping or Cabin stays in the South West region of WA.
   
Harvey Hills Farmstay Chalets
Myalup Pines Cottages     A Lions District 201W2 Project
 
Products and Services:
Unique West Australian products, gifts and souvenirs