The most populous town in Marradong Country, and just 90 minutes from Perth, you will never tire of things to do. Walk along the banks of the picturesque Hotham River where you’ll find a magnificent public recreation space that includes a nature play space, a skate park, multipurpose courts, a pump track, an outdoor exercise space, shade and BBQ structures and amphitheatre style tiered seating.
Boddington is emerging as a tourist mecca of people enjoying local public quirky artworks, the Interpretive Centre or enjoying a choice of cafes along the main street. Close to the town are a range of nature based trails including Ranford Pool Walk, Bibbulman Track, and Tullis Bridge Trail. Explore local Aboriginal history by taking a look at Dilyan’s Grave and mining industry by booking a Go West Goldmine Experience or marvel at South32’s bauxite mine overland conveyor belt. There are a number of events held each year to enhance your visit including, the Boddington Lion’s Rodeo and Community Festival in November, Boddington Arts Council’s Field of Quilts held in September and Sunday markets.
With a number of accommodation options to suit your budget, use Boddington as base for your Marradong Country self-drive trail or just come for the day. On the way home pick up some fuel and snacks at Riverside Roadhouse and Bakery or Three-ways Roadhouse for a safe passage home.
Located in Boddington, nestled on the shores of the winding Hotham River, just 90 minutes from Perth's CBD, the convenient location makes the award-winning Hotham Park a popular destination for families travelling from Perth to Albany
Caravan park in the heart of Boddington on the banks of the Hotham River.
Motel accommodation with 9 rooms with a TV, microwave, tea & coffee facilities, toaster and kettle as well as its own en-suite.
An original Hotham Valley Railway cottage centrally located.
Great meals and country hospitality
Free RV camping zone
Stay a night or two in the historical and newly renovated old jail!