The Shire of Waroona
stretches from 'sea to scarp' from the Indian Ocean to the Darling Range and
incorporates the localities of Waroona, Hamel, Preston Beach and Lake
Waroona Visitor Centre & Gallery, open daily from 9:30am to 3:30pm, is
situated at 37 South West Highway, Waroona, adjacent to the 'forest' of
beautifully carved heritage bush poles. Friendly staff and volunteers are
available to provide information on things to see and do, places to visit,
where to stay and where to eat in the local area plus the Centre stocks
regional and West Australian information. An after hours information stand
has a selection of brochures and maps for travellers' convenience.
The Centre's Gallery boasts an eclectic selection of quality local art and
craft including fabulous paintings, sculptures, fine woodwork including
intarsia, pottery, handmade paper and Muddy Creek soap to name a few - all
at prices to tempt. In addition there is a wide range of home and garden
lines plus souvenirs featuring the heritage bush poles.
The All Australian Car Day is returning to the
Waroona Town Oval on the 13th of April 2014.
The show is under new management, it is a not for profit organization and
moneys raised will be shared amongst various local sporting groups and
charities. The event is FREE entry with gold coin donations accepted on the
Waroona is at the start of
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
You are invited to
discover the Shire of Waroona with its pristine beaches, unspoilt lakes of
the coastal plains, fertile farmlands and peaceful jarrah forests and a
visit can always be timed to coincide with one of Waroona's main annual
events - the All Australian Car Day (April), and the Waroona Agricultural
Show, Sea to ART Exhibition and the British Auto Classic which are all held
in October. For more information visit
Waroona Visitor Centre