Waroona is a town located in the Peel Region of Western Australia along the South Western Highway, between Pinjarra and Harvey. Just about an hour and a half’s drive south of Perth, the country town of Waroona is nestled on the slopes of the Darling Range, in a region that stretches to the Indian Ocean coast.
The Shire of Waroona is an upcoming tourist destination with natural landscapes, beaches and many waterways both natural and manmade.
The Shire of Waroona stretches from the beach to the extensive Darling Range and the coastline is alive with pristine beaches and the unspoilt lakes of Yalgorup National Park.
Lake Clifton’s Thrombolite reef offers a glimpse into life 600 million years ago. In Waroona, you can stroll through forests, enjoy a glass of wine or craft beer, go four wheel driving, water skiing and fishing!
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For enquiries, visit the Waroona Visitor Centre & Gallery. The experienced team will assist you with information, including attractions, dining, accommodation and events.
Waroona Visitor Centre & Gallery
37 South Western Highway, Waroona WA 6215
Phone: (08) 9733 1506
Monday-Sunday 9.30am - 3.30pm
(except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.)
The centre houses an art and craft gallery, has visitor, tourism and community information.