Food, Wine and Culture

Home to rich agricultural lands renowned for producing the highest quality grains, meats, wool and more recently, emerging as sought after wine-growing country, Marradong has plenty to offer in the way of epicurean delights.

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Tanglefoot Wines

0427 988 415



Wandering Tavern

08 9884 1097


Pumphrey's Bridge

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The Williams Woolshed

08 9885 1400
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The Williams Lions Park

The Quindanning Hotel

08 9885 7053
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Gelfro Farmstay

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Boddington Interpretive Centre

08 9883 4999

Boddington Arts Council

08 9883 8282

Day 1

Head through premium wine growing country to Wandering, home to Tanglefoot Wines and Hotham Ridge Organic Wines. Enjoy wine tasting paired with accompaniments at Tanglefoot Wines. Onto Williams Woolshed to relax and indulge in a long, leisurely lunch followed by some shopping to update your wardrobe and pantry with some local preserves from The Larder and woollen apparel from the Woolstation. Discover the story of wool from the sheeps’ back to yours in the Shearer’s Yarn Museum then take the children across to the Williams Lions Park to run off any excess energy. Via picturesque farmland, make your way towards Quindanning and enjoy an afternoon of delicious chef-prepared offerings and regional wine in the gardens of the historic Quindanning Hotel. From here, make your way back to Perth, or to extend your Trail by heading to Fourteen Mile Brook Road and staying the night at Gelfro Farmstay, where you can see the region’s best organic grass-fed lamb and oats produced (psst, you can even take some home with you!). Alternatively, stay at wonderful Springhills Farmstay, and enjoy an authentic farm experience.

Day 2

From your Farmstay head to Boddington where you’ll discover the area’s industry, history and culture at the Interpretive Centre, why not book a Mine Tour to view the largest open cut mine in the Southern Hemisphere! Appreciate the delicious coffee and home-made morning tea in one of the many cafés in Boddington followed by a visit to the Arts Council. If you need a quick rest stop before embarking on your journey back to Perth, stop off for a quick coffee and something yummy from the bakery at Riverside Roadhouse on the Albany Highway.

Please note: All Accomodation must be arranged prior to arrival.

Springhills Farmstay

6000 acres to explore

Gelfro Farmstay

An authentic farm experience, surrounded by the Dryandra Woodlands.

Armoin Nature Camping Ground

Nature-based park designed for camping and caravanning.

Boddington Caravan Park

Caravan park in the heart of Boddington on the banks of the Hotham River.

Boddington Motel

Motel accommodation with 9 rooms with a TV, microwave, tea & coffee facilities, toaster and kettle as well as its own en-suite.

Brady’s BnB

Dwarda Downs Country Hideaway



Quindanning Hotel

Eighteen cottage-feel rooms with views of the gardens.

Wandering Brook Estate

Wandering Caravan Park

Caravan, camping and self-contained cottages in a picturesque woodland. Walking distance to the town centre.

Williams Shady Acres Caravan Park and Motel

Clean and Comfortable Accommodation with the addition of Powered or Unpowered sites at the Shady Acre Caravan Park.

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