Welcome to the Great Southern Treasures

A region famed for its biodiversity, wildflowers, breath-taking mountain ranges, rich farming history and world-class produce.

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Kojonup | Bremer Bay | Katanning | Cranbrook | Fitzgerald River National Park | Frankland River | Gnowangerup | Broomehill




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the region’s Indigenous culture and history. Learn from the stories during guided tours, trails, and art of many types.


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Spring Bloom Markets

The Official Bloom Festival Launch Event will be hosted in Broomehill. Join us for a FREE event with live music, dancers, fun activities with Circus WA, an amazing array of local market stalls, and delicious food. We can't wait to celebrate Spring with you!

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Bloom Festival 2024

The Bloom Festival celebrates the renewal of spring (Djilba) throughout the Great Southern Treasures (GST) region, focusing on the wildflower tapestries and town cultures that make up this amazingly diverse region.

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Wild Gravel 2024

Join us for an exhilarating outdoor adventure that combines gravel cycling and running amidst the stunning landscapes of the Stirling Range.

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Walkabout with Ezzard Flowers

Experience a deeper insight to 60,000 years of cultural connection to the Stirling Ranges with Ezzard Flowers.

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RV Friendly Site Map

Looking for RV friendly stops in the Great Southern region? Get your detailed map here.

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Tour Guide Brochure and Map

Immerse yourself in natural phenomena shaped by billions of years. Where floral fantasies burst into bloom. Where towering mountains overlook turquoise waters

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2024 Great Southern Treasures Bloom Festival Event Registration Now Open!

The annual celebration of nature’s splendour, the Great Southern Treasures Bloom Festival presented by WCP Civil, is back this year! Springtime in the Great Southern is set to come alive over four weeks during September – October.

With a whole month of activities spanning across 8 shires, the festival encompasses more than 50 events & displays making a trip to the Great Southern Treasures a must do this spring. So, let’s encourage our visitors to enjoy what nature & our passionate communities have to offer!

Events of the festival are to include (but not limited to) arts, crafts, displays, exhibitions, fauna & flora-themed activities, food events, guided tours & hikes, heritage trails, markets, Noongar culture events, open gardens, wine & dine events, creative workshops and more.

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Great Southern Treasures Yoorn (Bobtail) Trail

The Great Southern Treasures Yoorn (Bobtail) Trail was identified as a priority project in the Great Southern Regional Trails Master Plan (2020-2029).

The trail is a network of walking, cycling, and paddling trails integrated with the existing Great Southern Treasures (GST) Drive Trail across the region’s 25 locations, and is designed to enable visitors to plan their own route to explore the many treasured sites the region’s locals love.

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Festivals & Events


Explore the towns that lie within the Great Southern region, and discover the diverse attractions that make these places so special.

Tambellup Gnowangerup Nyabing Pingrup Ongerup Borden Bluff Knoll Tenterden Cranbrook Frankland River Rocky Gully Muradup Kojonup Woodanilling Katanning Broomehill Cheynes Beach Jerramungup Boxwood Hill Bremer Bay Fitzgerald River Gairdner Jacup Needilup

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Great Southern Treasures…

Where pioneering farming communities offer insight to the region’s rich cultural heritage, the Great Southern Treasures is a top tourist destination featuring spectacular scenic views and unique attractions, stunning flora & fauna, and genuine country community spirit.

Witness spectacular mountain ranges, grand old homesteads, and luxurious hotel suites, then indulge in a feast of fresh produce straight from nature’s pantry, while sipping on award winning, world-class drops.

Those after a tipple or two will be pleased to learn that the Great Southern is the largest wine producing region, by area in Australia.  So, whether you’re looking to feast on the fruits of nature’s pantry, taste some world-class drops, or conquer the highest peak on an adventure trail – it’s all right here ready and waiting for you!

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