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There's always a bit of tension about work trips at our house so when you find a visitor centre chock full of a wide variety of crafts at reasonable prices that's brilliant. I couldn't decide what to get so just got a few things which...More
Have been to the Black Cockatoo Cafe before but as the weather was perfect yesterday my daughter & I took the opportunity to do the Rose Maze and read the Women's Stories. This is the first interpretive type thing that has truly engaged my 13yr...More
Unfortunately i forgot to grab the name of the lady who work there. The lady is filled with enthusiasm providing us invaluable information all the way to albany. This is how tourism hospitality is done, friendly and make us feel very comfortable.
We’re not Australian and, while not completely new to us, we loved learning about the history of Kojonup from pre-European settlers to today. Sadly we weren’t there for the guided tours but there was still lots to enjoy and take in. The piece of art...More
Stopped by on the way to Albany from Perth. The ladies (didnt catch their names though) at the visitor centre were very welcoming and friendly. They were also very patient and helpful with our queries as this as the first time we visited the Great...More
Popped in after lunch at the Black Cockatoo, which is right next door. The ladies manning the desk are delightful, very helpful, and obviously proud of their center. Well laid out exhibits that gives you a great summary of the history of the area, and...More
Located adjacent to the Black Cockatoo, this is definitely worth a look. There is a small fee to enter. The exhibits provide fascinating glimpses into indigenous culture and the farm life of the early settlers. There is a gift shop.
Passing through Kojonup on the way South and decided to visit as it was approx. 12 years since we last visited. Some changes but some things remain the same. Friendly enthusiastic ladies at reception; very helpful and imparted plenty of information. Some of the exhibits...More
A great place to start your stay in Kojanup. Lovely staff and lots of local things to buy. A very good gallery and lots of information on the local area. There is a rose maze, children's playground,and good cafe. Well worth stopping here.