Visitors Guide

The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is a popular tourist destination in the South West and receives thousands of visitors each year. There are a range of attractions and activities to enjoy in the area.

Apple FunPark - July 2008

As a first step you could visit the Donnybrook Visitors Centre at the Old Railway Station on the South Western Highway, Donnybrook, or the Balingup Visitors Centre, South Western Highway, Balingup. Staffed by friendly volunteers both centres can offer you plenty of advice on what to do and see in the region.

Visitor Centre

You can also sample the produce from one of the local wineries, wander through an art gallery, or enjoy a simple bushwalk on one of the numerous walk trails.

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Telling Tales - 2011 - cheeky grins

Accommodation

There is a variety of accommodation options available throughout the Shire, from budget style backpacking to boutique bed and breakfasts and luxury chalets. Travellers are also catered for with Transit Parks available in Donnybrook and Balingup, and a caravan & camping park in Kirup.

Donnybrook0706013 Grading apples

For information and bookings relating to Donnybrook and surrounds visit the Donnybrook Visitor Information Centre or call them on (08) 9731 1720.  They are located on South Western Highway at the Old Railway Station in Donnybrook.

You can also tune into 98.4FM Western Tourist Radio for more information and yarns about the attractions in Donnybrook and the South West.

Balingup

golden-valleyIf you are heading to Balingup, visit the Balingup Visitor Information Centre on (08) 9764 1818. They are located on South Western Highway, Balingup.

For more details on Balingup, visit the Balingup Community website

 

 

 

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Backpackers

The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is also popular with back packers from around Australia and the world who frequent the area annually during the harvest season for fruit-picking and orchard work. If you are looking for seasonal work, call the National Harvest Labour Information Service on 1800 062 332 or visit their Harvest Trail Website.