Welcome to WaroonaThe 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 Clifton.

On the coast are pristine beaches and the unspoilt lakes of Yalgorup National Park. Inland, fertile farmlands meet peaceful jarrah forests. All this in less than a 1½ hour drive from Perth and with a choice of accommodation styles and dining from café to a-la-carte.

We invite you to discover the Shire of Waroona - a beautiful place to visit, a wonderful place to live.

How To Get Here

Shire of Waroona offers a variety of destinations for both day trippers and those looking to stay longer.

Around an hour and fifteen minutes (approx 108kms) from Perth via South Western Highway or Forrest Highway exiting at Greenlands Road just south of Pinjarra. Just under an hour from Bunbury (72km) along Highway 20. Serviced by the Australind train (http://www.transwa.wa.gov.au/Default.aspx?tabid=91).

Caravan & RV Clubs

Waroona offers two privately run caravan parks, one in town www.waroonavillage.com.au and one in the forest www.navarino.com.au.

Clubs are also welcome to arrange stays at Hamel Hall or Waroona Town Oval, both of which are managed by the Shire. For further information contact the Shire of Waroona Customer Service Officer on 9733 7800 or email cso@waroona.wa.gov.au.

Sullage Point

A sullage point is located at the Waroona Town Oval adjacent to the Walmsley Pavillion off Millar Street, Waroona.

Waroona Visitor Centre & Gallery

The Waroona Visitor Centre is located at 37 South West Highway and opposite the Waroona store of the award-winning Pinjarra Bakery & Patisserie. The Visitor Centre is manned by friendly staff and volunteers who can provide you with comprehensive local, regional and state information. While there, browse the Gallery's extensive range of quality local art, handcrafts, produce and souvenirs.

Open: 9.30am to 3.30pm daily
Location: 37 South Western Highway, Waroona
Phone: (08) 9733 1506