Harvey Visitor Centre has a dynamic and friendly attitude, to reflect a Harvey WA lifestyle we are happy to share. The Harvey Visitor Centre is a place to breathe deeply and relax, surrounded by the best that nature has to offer. Harvey Accommodation can accommodate 1860 people with comforts to please everyone.
Stroll in the shady jarrah forest or enjoy an afternoon scooping crabs at Australind. Visit Harvey, Western Australia, home to the famous ‘Harvey Beef’.
Harvey Visitor Centre offers attractions that include top award winning wineries, Harvey River Estate, Vineyard 28, Moojelup Farm (open by appointment), Fifth Estate Wines The Skipworth Wine Company are our most recent cellar sales each offering their unique and distinct range of quality award winning wines for your enjoyment.
The excitement is brewing at the award winning ‘Old Coast Road Brewery’ enjoy a relaxing lunch while the children are occupied with the playground activities. Check out the Wonders of WA Mini Golf course. Our Ha Ve Harvey Cheese Factory is becoming a popular tourist attraction and offers you a taste of their award winning range of cheeses.
At the Harvey Tourist Precinct behind the Harvey Visitor Centre is Stirling’s Cottage Kitchen, a delightful tearoom, a replica of 1880’s homestead built by the first Governor of WA – Governor Stirling. Sit on the balcony overlooking the tranquil Harvey River then take a stroll around the surrounding extensive Heritage Gardens. Also a part of the Working Life Trail.
May Gibbs (creator of those adorable gumnut babies, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie) lived in the original Stirling Cottage during her childhood. It is believed that May drew much of her inspiration for her bush stories and illustrations from her experiences while living in Harvey. We have dedicated a display area to rekindle your childhood memories for your enjoyment.
Explore the unique mosaic entrances at Myalup, Binningup and Harvey with additional mosaics displayed throughout the Harvey Shire. The Harvey main street boasts large murals depicting Harvey country lifestyle and history. The Mosaics and Murals were designed by a local artist.
The ‘’Big Orange’’ is now 14m high. Climb the ‘Big Orange’ – Harvey WA which is situated amongst the flourishing orange trees at the Harvey Fresh orchard. The ‘Butterfly Tree’ at the Harvey Visitor Centre, Heritage Gardens will delight the happy wanderers who pass by.
Watch a cow being milked at ‘White Rocks – Brunswick Junction’ (by appointment only) heritage park, one of the highlights on the Working Life Trail.
The Harvey Dam & Amphitheatre is one of our major South West Attractions; the facilities available include an amphitheatre for concerts etc, boardwalks, playground, gazebos, picnic tables, free gas barbeques and toilets.
There are several bush walks in the area and great bird watching at Benger Swamp and the Leschenault Inlet.