Waroona Visitor Centre

Since relocating in 2002, The Waroona Visitor Centre at 37 South West Highway has continued to develop its lines of local art and craft. Representing over 30 local artists, artisans, craftspeople and authors, the Gallery has a wide range of quality paintings, craft and delicious preserves from Lena's Kitchen and Victor's Gourmet Delights.

Additional lines include Contemporary Teapots, Muddy Creek soap and soy candles, metal wall and garden art, homewares, and souvenirs.

The Gallery hosts the annual Sea to ART Exhibition which runs all throughout November. Open to local artists, the exhibition attracts over 100 works for viewing and sales. For further information see the Sea to ART Exhibition link.

Waroona Visitor Centre is a Shire of Waroona entity and staff and volunteers look forward to assisting you with local, regional and state information. Open daily from 9:30am - 3:30pm the Centre is closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

The new Shire of Waroona tourism brochure is available to download by clicking here.

The latest promotional flyer can be downloaded here: Flyer

Below are a few quick links to the tourism section - and remember that you can find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Waroona-Visitor-Centre-Gallery/191427807545990 

Waroona Visitor Centre Information
Open 9.30am to 3.30pm daily
Location 37 South Western Highway, Waroona
Phone (08) 9733 1506
Email visitorcentre@waroona.wa.gov.au


The Harvest Highway is based on the South Western Highway: From Armadale right through to Walpole and including the byways - wonderful places such as Jarrahdale, Dwellingup, Collie, Boyup Brook, Nannup, Pemberton and Northcliffe - just off the beaten track, and well worth the exploration! Discover the town's various, unique attractions. Meander along the many tourist drives that are on offer and you will be pleasantly surprised by the beautiful scenery and the hidden delights along these routes, stay at a Farm Stay or Rural Escape. Call in to the numerous fruit and vege stalls and collect some fresh produce. Not only will the price please you, but also the taste and texture of this farm fresh produce will bring back memories of a bygone era. 

For more information visit their website www.harvesthighway.com.au


Local Governments of the Peel region are encouraging local residents and visitors to download the two tried and tested emergency apps to stay prepared and informed. Both apps provide users with important information including their location details, proximity alerts, emergency advice and more. This project is made possible by National Disaster Resilience funding.



The 'Prepare the Peel' Project is funded by the National Disaster Resilience Program, and aims to;

  • Raise emergency preparedness in the Peel tourism industry, focusing on the short term accommodation sector
  • Promote consistent messaging at the 'Looking', 'Booking' and 'Checking-in' stages of a visitor's journey 
  • Better prepare the traveller by encouraging the use of emergency 'alerting' and 'reporting' mobile Apps and resources