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Cranbrook

Visitor Centre:
Cranbrook Tourist Information Centre
Shire Office, Gathorne Street
Phone: (08) 9826 1008
Visitor website: www.cranbrook.wa.gov.au
General:
Cranbrook is in a beautiful agricultural area and makes an excellent base for exploring the stunning National Heritage listed Stirling Range National Park with its rugged peaks and scenic trails, which include Bluff Knoll (WA’s tallest peak). Historic buildings in the town include the Cranbrook Hotel, Shire Hall, St Oswald’s Church and museum in the old Station Master's house.
Find out more about the local history in the Cranbrook Museum. During September and October a large display of wildflowers surrounds the area. Talented local artists display their work in the Old Railway Station.

Attractions
Sukey’s Hill Lookout, Cranbrook Centenary Wildflower Walk and the Gateway to the Stirlings.
Tennis, bowls, golf course and childrens playground
Attractions:
General

Sukey’s Hill Lookout, Cranbrook Centenary Wildflower Walk and the Gateway to the Stirlings.
Tennis, bowls, golf course and childrens playground.