Boyanup

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Located on the Preston River, Boyanup is a picturesque little town in the Shire of Capel, about a 45 minute drive from Bunbury. There are a number of forest walks around and through Boyanup that are very popular, including the Joshua Lake Walk, and the Preston River Ramble, as well as the Munda Biddi Trail which runs through Boyanup.

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    South West Rail & Heritage Museum

    Located in the back street of Boyanup is this somewhat surrealistic collection of old trains, steam engines and carriages sitting in the open-air or housed in a massive shed – complete with platform and siding. The train shown was once used in the movie “A Fortunate Life”, the story of Albert Facey, with the scene […]

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    Heritage machinery museum

    Located in the huge shed at the South West Rail & Heritage Museum is a fantastic collection of old machinery, tractors, farm equipment and working memorabilia, most well restored and in good working order. This is an amazing collection and very handy for anyone looking to film period pieces requiring such machinery to provide authenticity […]

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    Old train yard cafe

    Located within the South West Heritage & Train Museum is this old cafe and kitchen, used by the railyard workers.