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South West Coast Holiday Destinations
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Pinjarra, straddles the South Western Highway and is an ideal point from which to explore the natural delights of the Murray Valley and nearby forests.
86km south of Perth


Located 24km south east of Pinjarra the town was destroyed in 1961 when a fierce bushfire swept through the area, leaving only the Hotel and outbuildings unscathed. Now rebuilt, Dwellingup is a busy timber town.
97km south of Perth


Boddington, on the Hotham River, was named after Henry Boddington whose shepherds often camped by a natural pool which became known as Bodington Pool.
123km south-east of Perth


Situated on the South Western Highway in farming country, Waroona offers visitors a variety of holiday activities including water skiing, fishing and swimming.


Yarloop was the centre of the States timber industry in the early 1900's, but later dairy farming and citrus fruit orchards took over as the major, industries.


Harvey was named after Major Harvey, the first man to survey the area. Today it is a major part of the South West irrigation area, assisting citrus orchards and dairy. farms which provide the bulk of Western Australia's milk supply.
140km south of Perth


Bunbury, the cultural capital of the South West, is only two hours from Perth. Bunbury is famous for it's white sandy beaches, great fishing and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
180 km south of Perth


Experience the beauty of Jarrah forests and natural waterways in the tranquil and picturesque surroundings of the Colli River Valley


In 1842 a party of five Irishmen came to the area and named it Donnybrook because it reminded them of home. The area is renowned for quality fruit and vegetable growing, as well as cattle and sheep farming

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