You’ll find us right in the heart of town. Our building is the second oldest in the Shire and was constructed in 1910 as the ‘Agricultural Hall’. It has served in many different capacities over the years and has been the home of the Visitor Information Centre since 1987.
Whether you’re passing through, spending the day, or staying in Boyup Brook for a few days or more, pop into the Visitor Information Centre for all you need to know on local attractions and activities. We have information on sister towns of the Southern Forests & Valleys, and free travel guides covering all regions in Western Australia.
‘We Love Local’ – browse our range of locally made art, crafts, produce, and tourist memorabilia to find that one of a kind gift.
Boyup Brook is renowned for its Collections. In the Visitor Information Centre we house the following collections, and have brochures on many others you can visit during your stay.
Visitor Centre Hours
Monday to Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm
Sunday; 9am - 12 noon
** Please note we are mainly run by volunteers so occasionally may not be open during advertised hours. Information packs are available near the door of the Visitor Centre**