One of the oldest settled areas in Western Australia is about 160 kms south of Perth

Williams, one of the oldest settled areas in Western Australia, is about 160kms south of Perth on the Albany Highway and is the "Gateway to the Great Southern Region".  Much more than a pit stop for travellers, this friendly farming community encourages you to stop and 'smell the roses' which is notable for its magnificent display of "500 roses in 400m" along the main street over the summer and well into the cooler months. 

Located on the banks of the Williams River the park is a popular and pleasant place for a barbecue or picnic, used by locals and travellers alike with coin operated BBQs, public toilets and a riverside walkway which also serves as a dog exercise area.  Stop at the Rustic Rainbow or the Williams Woolshed for a coffee and that hard to find gift or local produce.  Williams is home to its annual Gateway Expo held in April.

10km north west of the Williams, the well sign posted Williams Nature Reserve, just off the Albany Highway, is set aside for the conservation of flora and fauna which provides visitors with suitable access and day-use facilities such as parking, information, a lookout and picnic table.

Places to Stay

Armoin Nature Camping Ground

Nature-based park designed for camping and caravanning.

Lions Dryandra Woodland Village

Self-contained cottages in the forest of Dryandra.

Williams Shady Acres Caravan Park and Motel

Clean and Comfortable Accommodation with the addition of Powered or Unpowered sites at the Shady Acre Caravan Park.

Williams Hotel

A newly renovated, classic country pub with a beer garden, sports bar, bottle shop and accommodation

Williams Bed & Breakfast

A modern home on the edge of the Wheatbelt at the entrance to the Great Southern

Williams River Farm Stay

Escape from the smog and rush of the city to the tranquil, clean, green lifestyle of a biodynamic farm

Gnaala Mia Campground

A bush camp getaway located in the heart of proposed Dryandra Woodand National Park

Congelin Camp Ground

A bush camp getaway located in the heart of proposed Dryandra Woodand National Park

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The Shires of Williams, Boddington, Cuballing and Wandering acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Marradong Country region. We wish to respect their continuing culture and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of Noongar people in this area

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