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Explore Town


Visitor Centre:
Perenjori Tourist and Information Centre
Phone: 08 9973 1163
Visitor website:
Perenjori derives from the Aboriginal word “Perangery” meaning water hole and is surrounded by a rich wheat and sheep area that is only a short distance from mining and station country.
Perenjori is in the heart of wildflower country and every spring the countryside is a blaze of colour. View endless vistas of pink yellow and white everlastings from July to October, and be in awe of the unique Wreath Leschenaultia in September and October.
Founded as a town in 1916 Perenjori offers a relaxed stop over for travellers, whether at a powered site under shady trees or self contained chalet at the caravan park or a comfortable room at the historic hotel.
Church of St Joseph
Church of St Joseph is one of a significant collection of church buildings, including the St Francis Xavier Cathedral in Geraldton, designed and built by Monsignor John Hawes throughout the Midwest and Murchison who was also responsible for several other buildings in the UK, USA and the Bahamas. Keys are available from the tourist centre.
Perenjori Tourist Centre
Located in the heritage listed Bank of NSW building the centre offers great information about the best wildflower and orchid locations, tasty homemade Devonshire teas, an impressive collection of historic memorabilia, and is a great place to chat with one of the friendly local volunteers.
Rothsay Heritage Trail and John Forrest Lookout
A short drive east of Perenjori takes you through pastoral and mining country to the John Forrest lookout, with impressive views across the countryside. A little further out is Rothsay townsite and abandoned mine, as well as historic grave sites and an abandoned Beryl mine.
Caron Rail Trail
Rail enthusiasts will not want to miss the heritage listed Caron Coal Stage, bringing reminders of the golden age of steam locomotives.
Follow the rail trail to the railway dam.
Perenjori is famous for its wide selection of native birds. Apart from the many species of parrots, cockatoos and water birds, look out for honeyeaters, thornbills, babblers and fairy-wrens. Have a relaxing picnic at the impressive man
made lake.
Take a stroll along the Perenjori Peoples Pathway Heritage Walk, throw a chop on the free gas BBQ and while away the afternoon in the park and gazebo.
The people of Perenjori are its best ambassadors.
If you need to know something
– ask a local.
In December 2003, 56 combine harvesters cutting a swath of 560 metres stripped a 200 hectare wheat crop in 24 minutes actual harvesting time producing 495 tonnes of grain.