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Festivals & Events

Here in the Great Southern Treasures, we love to celebrate the many ways our region is unique … and there are plenty of opportunities for visitors to join in.

Our events have a bit of everything and something for everyone: food and wine shows, multicultural festivals, art trails, agricultural shows, and wildflower festivals you won’t want to miss!

Kodja Place Mother’s Day Luncheon

Surprise your Mum with the gift of a delicious long table luncheon on Sunday May 12 to celebrate Mother’s Day and the end of the regional grape harvest.

Friends of the Kodja Place invite you to their beautiful courtyard and linear gallery, to have a pre-lunch wander through the Australian Rose Maze.

The luncheon will  be led by Linnèy Breytenbach, a leading South African chef, who has recently moved to Frankland River from Stellenbosch, the premier wine-growing region in South Africa. Linnèy will use the finest locally-produced ingredients from Kojonup Shire, which not only taste magnificent, but saves hugely on transport costs and carbon footprint.

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon in great company, with fantastic ‘home’ grown produce, food, wine, and acoustic tunes.

Profits will be shared by The Breast Cancer Foundation and Kodja Place Cultural Centre.

Venue: Kodja Place, 143 Albany Hwy, Kojonup
Date & Time: Sunday May 12, 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Cost: $110 per person (includes harvest grazing table and lunch), matched wines available for purchase.

For more event information, please contact The Kodja Place on [email protected] or 9831 0500.

Winter Down South

Winter in the Great Southern Treasures means waking up to picturesque misty mornings in the Stirling Range, the perfect conditions to hike Bluff Knoll with the best chance of seeing snow at the peak.

Discover the real Winter down south 

 

RV Friendly Site Map

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

Tour Guide Brochure and Map

For a copy of the Great Southern Treasures’ Tour Guide Brochure and Map, call into your local Visitor Centre, or download your own copy here.