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Things to do

Things to Do in Dwellingup

Walk the Bibbulmun Track

From Dwellingup, the walking track heads north to Perth and south to Albany. There are several day walks from Dwellingup. Track maps and information are available from the Bibbulmum Track Foundation

Ride along the Munda Biddi Cycle Trail

A mountain bike trail that heads north to Perth and south to Collie. Munda Biddi Trail Foundation

Take a ride on the Hotham Valley Tourist Railway

The kids will love the 1.5 hour ride in the open air carriages through the Jarrah Forest. Contact Hotham Valley Tourist Railway

Picnic along the banks of the Murray River

Within Lane Poole Reserve is the local swimming hole and only a 5 minute drive from town. The kids will love climbing over the huge boulders and seeing the rapids. There is a small entrance fee at the entry for day visitors or you can buy an annual pass.

Go on an adventure with Dwellingup Adventures

The local adventure company that offers canoe, raft and mountain bike hire. They also offer canoe, canoe/walk & mountain bike tours. White water rafting camps & adventures. Learning activities for schools and corporate groups. Contact Peter on (08) 9538 1127 or

Have lunch or afternoon tea at Newbliss Winery

Drop in for some delicious home-made treats plus great coffee and wine sampling with great views all the way down to Mandurah.  Bookings for lunch are recommended on (08) 9538 1665.

Visit the Forest Heritage Centre

The Centre incorporates the Australian School of Fine Wood which offers short courses and weekend workshops. Have a look inside their beautiful fine wood gallery or take the kids on a walk to the tree top platform to view the forest from above.

Enjoy a Cider at Wine Tree Cidery

Only a couple of minutes out of town, Wine Tree Cidery produce boutique wines and ciders. They create small batch wines and ciders that catch the imagination and delight the senses which are only available from their cellar door.

Enjoy some home cooking using recipes from our recipes page
Or if you just want to hang around our beautiful property you can go for a quick bush walk along the many trails in the forest that start right at the back gate of Taddy Creek.