The small peaceful town of Boyup Brook is located

269 km South East of Perth.

Nestled in lush farming land and natural bush, Boyup Brook is the gateway to the Blackwood River Valley.

The town is situated between the South Western and Albany Highways and provides an ideal opportunity to leave the busy life of the city and relax in a clean and tranquil environment of rolling hills and beautiful wildflowers.



Boyup Brook - a great place to visit

Boyup Brook is full of surprises.
The town is located on the Blackwood River and is rich in local history.

Visit the pioneer museum where you can peer back into our agricultural past.
Then see the wonderful mysterious holograms produced by local artist Sandy Chambers.

The Sandakan Memorial gives visitors an appreciation of the tragedy of war,
whilst the Carnaby Beetle and Butterfly Collection highlights the wonders of nature.

These are just a few of the many things to see and do in Boyup Brook -- so take a break and spend some wonderful time in this warm and picturesque rural community.
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Things to see & do

Boyup Brook has much to offer visitors.
Whether you just want to laze around by the river or swimming pool or visit historic sites this is the place for you.

Boyup Brook is well known for hosting the largest Country Music Festival in Western Australia.

Where to stay

Wondering where you will stay when you visit Boyup Brook?   We have a variety of accommodation options including B&B or self contained, luxury or budget, camping or farm stay.
Check out our accommodation listings.


Where to eat

Whether it be eating out, eating in, catering, or take away, the town boasts a number of eating places to your taste.

Take a look at our brochure where you will find more details, and perhaps also print the flyer for reference.