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Bindoon

Visitor Centre:
Chittering Visitor Centre
6180 Great Northern Highway
Phone: 08 9576 1100
Fax: 08 9576 1020
General:
The town of Bindoon is situated in the centre of the Chittering Shire and was one of the first areas outside of Perth to be settled. By 1835 the valley had been explored by George Fletcher Moore. Moore and Brockman took up titles some time later the first houses were not built until around 1850.
Just an hour or so from the Perth metropolitan area discover the beautiful Chittering Valley nestled in the northern hills of the Darling Range, home to the townsites of Muchea, Bindoon and the historic Wannamal. Undulating hills offer sensational views of vineyards, orchards, paddocks, rocky outcrops, lakes, forests and bushland. The area offers walk and drive trails with an amazing array of wildflowers in springtime. Seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables available from roadside stalls, community markets held regularly.
The Taste of Chittering – August, Wildflower Festival and Bindoon Agricultural College open Day – September, Bindoon Agricultural Show - October.
Attractions:
Visitor Centre
For information and gifts, maps, souvenirs and local produce. Visit www.chittering.iinet.net.au or telephone
08 9576 1100.
Enderslie House B&B
Enderslie House B&B in Muchea offers superb country style accommodation just 55 minutes from Perth. Escape the city and experience the warm, friendly country way of life. Visit Chittering and the wineries or simply enjoy the peace and tranquility of the district.
Gingin Observatory
Experience the wonders of outer space in the West Australian night skies, where astronomers will take you back in time on a galactic interstellar journey where you get the opportunity to view through telescopes and see Mars, Saturn or Jupiter!
The Bindoon & District Historical Museum
Opening hours are Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday, 10am to 3pm.
Telephone 08 9576 0655 or visit www.bindoonmuseum.com.
The collection includes artefacts, photos and documents from the Chittering Shire and Districts. This colourful array of objects and records paint a vivid picture of the domestic, commercial and agricultural past of the area.
Cartref Park Astronomical Gardens
Established in 1986 Cartref Park Gardens is a place of peace and tranquillity with native flora and fauna habitats. Experience the different garden sections -
Mediterranean, cottage, Jeanie Boyd Memorial Rose Walk and the native garden. Enjoy the wildflowers in spring.