The town of Dwellingup is nestled in the Jarrah Forests of the Darling Escarpment at a height of 864 feet above sea level. Dwellingup is a popular camping destination and as the home of Lane Pool Reserve on the Murray River, the area offers a variety of adventure activities and tranquil settings.
Visitors to Dwellingup have a wide range of accommodation and dining facilities to chose from, with many attractions and activities available such as its 60 metre long, 11 metre wide tree walk or a leisurely trip into the forest on the heritage steam train. Dwellingup is the ultimate destination for a getaway weekend.
Dwellingup History and Visitors Information Centre is located in Marrinup Street, Dwellingup. The centre also houses a unique history collection of the Dwellingup area and old mills towns. The centre is open daily and the staff will be happy to offer you assistance on your visit to beautiful Dwellingup. Phone: 08 9538 1108 Fax: 08 9538 1333
Some of the attractions include:
- Canoe a section of the Murrary River in Lane Poole Reserve - suitable for novice or proficient paddlers. Equipment for hire in Dwellingup.
- Hop aboard a steam train ride through peaceful hills and forest scenery
- Cycle a section on the long distance Munda Biddi Trail, starting or ending in Dwellingup. Maps are available by calling 0422 112 229, on the website www.mundabiddi.org.au, Visitor Centres or CALM.
- Enjoy the stalls and activities at Dwellingups annual Winterfest - see Events Calendar
Shire of Murray: www.murray.wa.gov.au