An original Hotham Valley Railway cottage centrally located.
A modern home on the edge of the Wheatbelt at the entrance to the Great Southern
Free RV Camping zone
13 powered sites, camp kitchen and facillities in a central and shady location.
This park is perfect for families, overnight stays and travellers of all ages.
On the banks of the Hotham River, this country style park is a stones throw from the centre of town with the tranquility of a bushland retreat.
A local icon overflowing with character and good times.
A historical transformation just off the banks of the Hotham River.
Award winning biodynamic winery with art gallery and accommodation.
Gelfro is a certified Organic Farm Stay tucked away in a picturesque part of the South West.
A newly renovated, classic country pub with a beer garden, sports bar, bottle shop and accommodation
6000 acres to explore
Centrally located with 9 twin rooms all containing a queen size bed and king single with ensuites.
A 27,000 hectare conversation area and one of two remaining habitats for the Numbat
A private caravan/campsite with stunning surrounds
Great meals and country hospitality
Dwarda Downs is an operational farm with a diversity of bushland areas, creeklines, and arable land.
Home cooked meals, delicious coffee and a number great local boutiques.
Good times and great food in the heart of Wandering
Choose from a 16km or 3km walk around the historic Tullis Bridge, built in 1912
Venture in to Australia's largest goldmine on a guided tour
Picnic and lookout point
Local arts & crafts
A lovely stroll through the bushy outskirts of town along the Wologin Gully.
Hike to the highest point in the Darling Ranges
Starting in 1976, the Boddington Lions Rodeo is the largest rodeo in Western Australia and an event not to be missed!
An easy 4km walking trail following the old railway line and passing the beautiful Hotham Bridge
Come and say hello the famous Williams Numbat
A private collection of historic buildings and preserved artefacts from an era gone by
The beautiful Hotham River foreshore
The Rusty Camp Oven Café and Gallery offers a tasty in house menu that caters for all ages.
Local food made locally by locals
Boutique wines, cellar door and cafe set amongst the vines in picturesque Wandering.
Cafe with excellent food, gifts and service.
The Happy Soul Cafe - Where the food is fresh and the Smiles are Free.
Fresh bread and bakery delights.
Learn about Boddington's rich history and environment at the Boddington Interpretative Centre
Acclaimed WA sculptor, Len Zuks' Baccus Lord of the Grapes Sculpture is superbly hand sculpted from cement on the Gold Mine Road in Boddington.
A quaint historic church and cemetery originally built in 1894
A guided tour into the native habitat of some of WA's most curious creatures
Located in the Old Agricultural Hall (1896), the Wandering Community Resource Centre (CRC) provides a variety of information and community-based services to not only locals, but to local businesses and vistors as well.
Campsite & historic ruins of a farming settlement from the 1800s
Commemorative site of highly respected indigenous local tracker, Dilyan, erected by the Royal Western Australian Historical Society.
The Williams Heritage Trail brochure details a total of 19 places of historical interest in the district.
The largest overland conveyor belt in the southern hemisphere
A newly replaced suspension bridge in Lane Poole Reserve on the Bibbulmun Track.
Watch local talent perform in the "Footrot Flats" classic.
The annual airing of the Quilts
Annual community race day with more country atmosphere than you can poke a stick at.
Enjoy browsing local produce and bric-a-brac at the Williams Monthly Markets
Come and watch the action of one of Australia's fastest growing equine sports.
Fancy winning your share of $32,000 prize money?
A fun night for the whole family!
An annual long table lunch celebrating the best of local produce
This project was supported by Royalties for Regions