Muchea Tree Farm-a perfect place to stop and see Australian Native plants and proteas. A walk through the MTF Display Garden shows how we can all do our bit to conserve the unique flora we have here in our own backyard. Bring a morning tea and let the kids play in the playground and meet some of our locals.
With many young families in the area there are parks, skate parks and bmx tracks dotted throughout Chittering. There are lovely parks most having have free bbq picnic facilities and are well looked after and safe. Travel 40 minutes in any direction from Bindoon and you can visit a variety of family friendly fun activities.
Self-guided trail. Solve clues and riddles on a journey around the region to collect gourmet ingredients directly from local farmers, growers, producers, and small business owners. You’ll learn more about the region you’re visiting, what it’s known for, and collect everything you need to make a delicious roast dinner from the comfort of your own home (or accommodation).
Once you’ve returned home for the day, you’ll have full access to our digital guide to prepare the meal including recipe instructions, as well as fun games and conversation starters to enjoy throughout the night. Book through the website link.
- Chittering, WA 6084
- Visit Website
Self-guided trail. Explore Chittering starting with only a picnic basket. Have fun solving personally curated clues and riddles with your family that’ll take you on a journey to local businesses throughout the region to collect your special gourmet picnic food bit by bit. Each clue you solve will lead you closer to your next picnic food pickup and even closer to your final stunning picnic location. Book through the website link.
- Chittering, WA 6084
- Visit Website
A lovely lakeside walk trail with picnic facilities.
- 436 Hart Drive,
Chittering WA 6084
A roadside picnic area with a walk trail.
- Opposite 5462 Great Northern Hwy, Upper Chittering WA 6084
(Formerly known as Blackboy Ridge Reserve) Djidi-Djidi Ridge is named after the Noongar word for Willy Wagtail, a much loved native Australian bird that can be found in the Chittering region. A popular walk trail in the area, also a suitable picnic area with toilet facilities.
- 3231 Chittering Road,
Upper Chittering WA 6084
A suitable picnic area with a modern playground and surrounding walk trails.
- Hart Drive, Upper Chittering WA 6084
Experience the best of orchard life with tractor tours, fruit picking, gourmet picnics, school holiday activities and fun seasonal events. The Golden Grove Cafe serves delicious refreshments, the Packing Shed sells fresh fruit and local produce whilst the farm animal feeding and nature play are great fun for the kids. Online bookings are essential for all experiences, but our cafe and playground are open to all without bookings.
Immerse yourself in the history of the region at the Bindoon Museum. At the Brockman Centre you will find the delightful Bindoon Arts & Craft Centre which specialises in quilts and pottery plus unique local craft gifts for sale. Open Wed, Sat, Sun 10 – 3 and by appointment.
A beautiful venue nestled amongst the hills. With well-maintained toilets, a BBQ, shady table and a playground.
- 23 Chittering Valley Road,
Lower Chittering WA 6084
Sussex Bend public open space is located on Sussex Bend in the Maryville Downs Estate, Lower Chittering. It boasts a BBQ, shady tables and a modern playground area with a skate park.
- Sussex Bend, Lower Chittering WA 6084
The park has well-maintained toilets, BBQ’s, a gazebo and shady tables, other facilities include a playground, skate park and BMX track.
- McKenzie Street, Muchea WA 6501
A perfect place to stop for a picnic and to give the children a chance to try out the playground equipment. There is a skate park onsite and a BMX track nearby. It has well-maintained toilets, BBQ’s, a gazebo and shady tables.
- 1 Gray Road, Bindoon WA 6502