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Ancient Lands, New Adventures

Embraced by two ancient mountain ranges, the Mount Barker Region is a treasure waiting to be discovered.

 To the south, the Porongurup Range is an ancient escarpment known for its rounded granite domes, rich biodiversity, karri forests and stunning trails.

To the north lies the much younger Stirling Range – a popular attraction for the thrill seekers, with Bluff Knoll offering climbers spectacular views and occasional snow during winter. The Stirling Range is recognised as one of the richest areas for flora in the world.

The region is rich in natural, indigenous and colonial history and the land whispers quiet secrets of abundance and beauty. The local people share their stories of passion and a genuine love for the land on which they live.

Filled with adventure, discovery and pleasure, the Mount Barker Region will take your breath away and refresh and renew your soul.

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Kim Tyrer – Winemaker

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Karribank and the Karri On Bar is recognized as the oldest continuously operated country retreat in Western Australia. It’s also a popular place to stay, eat and drink!Karribank Lodge, Porongurup, 4 November 1963
Roper, Grace Truda, 1920-2007,
Photograph | 1963.
Available at Online (Call number: 144627PD)

Porongurup National Park
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Karribank and the Karri On Bar is recognized as the oldest continuously operated country retreat in Western Australia. It’s also a popular place to stay, eat and drink!

Across the railway line from the Visitor Centre! We love our local council 🙌🏼❤️All Lit Up and Connected - WiFi and Lights in Wilson!

In 2021 the Shire asked the community to tell us what they wanted to see for the future of Wilson Park and the surrounding area, tentatively called the Youth Precinct. In response to our survey some great answers came back!.

The basketball area have solar lights installed so the courts can be used in the evenings, and the next time you visit Wilson Park and its surrounds you will have FREE WIFI!!

So when you visit Wilson Park and its surrounds you can enjoy great tunes while you are skating and hitting the hoops, happy music for the next kids party, or even an inspiriting podcast for your morning walk.

To read the full release visit bit.ly/3roQR6N

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Across the railway line from the Visitor Centre! We love our local council 🙌🏼❤️

If you’re coming from the Perth or Peel Regions, please protect our rural communities and wear a mask when visiting any indoor venue or business.

Please respect our business owners if they request you to also sign in and show your vaccination record when you enter.

In these challenging times, it’s important that we look after each other!
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If you’re coming from the Perth or Peel Regions, please protect our rural communities and wear a mask when visiting any indoor venue or business. 

Please respect our business owners if they request you to also sign in and show your vaccination record when you enter. 

In these challenging times, it’s important that we look after each other!
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