The Mount Barker Region spans from the southern edge of the Stirling Range, to the town of Narrikup, out to Rocky Gully and east to the end of the Porongurup National Park.
Also known as the the Shire of Plantagenet, the Mount Barker Region is one of the largest local government areas in the south west of Western Australia.
The region includes the towns of Mount Barker, Narrikup, Rocky Gully, Kendenup and Porongurup – each with its own unique character and history.
The Mount Barker Region is also home to the world’s only complete collection of Banksias, some of the richest biodiversity hotspots in the world and the most spectacular mountain trails in Western Australia.
The region often plays host to internationally renowned wine critics, natural scientists and observers, photographers, hikers and explorers and star gazers.
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