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Serpentine is a small town located 55 kilometres south-southeast of Perth. It is set against the picturesque backdrop of the Darling Scarp. This picturesque town has got a country feel but is only 55 minutes drive from Perth.
The major attraction in the area is the Serpentine Falls and National Park. There are many things to do at the Serpentine Falls, including, having a picnic or BBQ, going for a bush walk and observing and photographing the wildlife and wildflowers (prolific in Spring).
There are also plenty of other things to do and see in and around Serpentine such as going for a wine tasting at Millbrook Winery, visiting Serpentine Dam, visiting the Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastry or the monthly Country Markets.
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Things to See and Do:
Serpentine Falls National Park
Hugh Manning Tractor & Machinery Museum
Serpentine Country Markets
Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastry
Serpentine Dam
Cohunu Koala Park
Serpentine Golf Course
Necessiteas Tea Merchant & Accessories
 

Places to Eat and Wineries:

Millbrook Winery
Serpentine Tavern
Café on the Dam
Jarrahdale Tavern
Jarrahdale General Store and Café
Chez Duex Amis Restaurant
 
Accommodation:
Serpentine Park Serpentine Falls Park Home and Tourist Village was built and opened in 1989 by a  local family. The same family still own and operate the park and also graze cattle and sheep on neighbouring land. The picturesque location of the park on the foothills of the Darling Ranges, close to the stunning Serpentine Falls and National Park and the rural atmosphere attract visitors.
   
 
 
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