The Geographe region represents the entry to the South West from Perth, comprising the three major centres of Harvey and Collie inland, and Bunbury on the coast. It also includes the smaller towns of Capel, Dardanup, Boyanup, and the stunning vistas of the Ferguson Valley. The Geographe region offers easy accessibility and transport options, access to a broad range of modern facilities in Bunbury and a variety of scenic locations from the estuarine inlet and coastline around Bunbury, the rugged hills and rivers around Harvey and collie, and the magnificent rolling countryside of the Ferguson Valley.

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Opened in 1897 as the State School, this charming Heritage building was home to up to twenty primary age school children up until 1971. The building is now used as the Visitor Centre for the Ferguson Valley region, including Gnomesville. It is…

Built somewhere around 1856, the Thomas Little Memorial Hall in the heart of Dardanup is a delightful and well maintained building which could provide an interesting and unusual setting. It is located directly opposite the Old School visitor centre.

Originally the old Dardanup convent, this beautiful old building is now a House of Prayer belong to the Catholic Diocese of Bunbury. It is conveniently located opposite the Visitor Centre and next to the Memorial Hall, making this vicinity quite an…

Set on sprawling grounds on the main corner of Dardanup is the old Catholic Parish building, built in 1938. The building is quite distinctive and impressive and neighbours the House of Prayer and Thomas Little Memorial Hall.

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