Porongurups ... Treat Yourself!

Walking
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National Parks
Wildflowers
Food
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Porongurup Inn, Shop & Tearooms

Accommodation - Tearooms - Shop | eat - explore - relax…repeat

Granite Skywalk, Castle Rock

The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway on the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock.

Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve

This reserve is owned and maintained by the Friends of the Porongurup Range. The reserve is open to the public for day use, with a sheltered BBQ pavilion and several walk trails. There is limited access to some areas as a result of ongoing revegetation projects and dieback concerns. Access via a closed gate off Knight Road. Please open and close the entry gate when driving in and please use the dieback stations. Great for a peaceful walk amongst nature especially during wildflower season. Trails have been marked with information near the BBQ area and carpark with toilets.

Devil's Slide

A moderate two hour walk to take you to the highest peak of the Porongurup Ranges. With sweeping views from the summit, to the South over the Indian Ocean on a clear day and Stirling Ranges to the North.

Gibraltor Rock

Gibraltar Rock is a granite outcrop which is 2,100 feet (640 metres) high. From the peak of this rock, Albany and the Great Southern Ocean can be seen.

Tree-in-the-Rock Day Use Area

The Tree-In-The-Rock, after which the site has been named, is just 100 metres along a shaded walk. Park your car here for access to these walks: Bolganup Heritage Trail, Devil’s Slide, Hayward Peak, Nancy Peak and Wansbrough Walk. There is an Information Shelter, Toilet and BBQ.

Walking to Castle Rock

Walking

Whether you’re someone that enjoys casual strolls around nature or something a little more challenging, the Porongurups will take your breath away.

There are many trails around the Porongurup National Park and nearby Stirling Ranges.

Driving in the Porongurup National Park

Driving

Western Australia boasts some of the most beautiful scenic routes in the country, and the Porongurups are no exception.

View from Porongurup National Park looking towards Stirling National Park

National Parks

The surrounding National Parks of the Porongurups and the Stirling Ranges are places of exceptional beauty.

Wildflower, Porongurup National Park, Western Australia

Wildflowers

The Porongurups are a mecca for nature enthusiasts. Not only do we have the Porongurup National Park but also the nearby Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve, where you can learn about 85 bird species, over 1,000 types of wildflowers and 400 types of visible fungi.

Devonshire Tea with scones, jam and cream

Food

Our Tearooms are open seven days, from 8am to 5pm.

Drop in and try our famous Devonshire Tea, with home made scones and lashings of jam and cream.

Or visit one of the many fine restaurants in the area.

Vineyard In Porongurups

Wineries

The Great Southern Wine Region is known for its high quality vines and award winning wines. Just ask James Halliday, who awarded 2019 Wine of the Year to Dukes Vineyard for their Magpie Hill Reserve Riesling.

Dukes are just down the road from us, but there are many other award winning wineries to visit. You won’t want to leave!