Waroona Visitor Centre

Waroona Visitor Centre at 37 South West Highway is also home to a contemporary art and craft gallery representing over 30 local artists, artisans and craftspeople. The gallery has a wide range including quality paintings, fine wood and metalwork, fashion and works in textiles and yarn, sculptures, jewellery, craft and delicious preserves.Waroona Visitor Centre

Additional lines include the Muddy Creek soap and candle range, homewares, gifts, trinkets and souvenirs.

The gallery hosts an annual exhibition of local works in October that attracts around 120 items works of art for viewing and sales. The Sea to ART Exhibition celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017 and is now held biennially with the next to be held in 2019.

In 2018 textile and fibre artists took their opportunity to shine in A Hanging on the Highway which will alternate with the Sea to ART Exhibition. For photos and more information see the Exhibitions 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


South Western Highway (Highway 20) is known as the Harvest Highway and is the 400km stretch from Armadale near Perth right through to Walpole in the south. Discover the various and unique attractions of the dozens of towns that dot the route and those tucked away on the byways.

Meander along the many tourist drives for beautiful scenery and hidden delights and stay awhile at a holiday park, bed and breakfast, farm stay, historic pub or beach side retreat. Call in to the numerous galleries and craft shops; boutique wineries, craft breweries and gourmet food outlets; and stop at the many “garden to gate” fruit and veggie stalls for farm fresh local produce.

For more information and ideas on things to see and do while travelling the Harvest Highway visit www.harvesthighway.com.au