The “Farmstay Capital of Western Australia”, this rural town offers visitors the opportunity to spend time partaking in farm activities such as feeding animals, collecting eggs and catching yabbies.

Experience Kojonup’s history by visiting the Kodja Place Interpretive Centre which showcases local indigenous heritage and culture and tells stories of European settlers. The town is home to one of the oldest surviving military buildings in Western Australia, the Military Barracks, which now houses a museum.

Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the many walk trails, including the trails at Myrtle Benn Sanctuary.

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Kodja Place

Kojonup Visitors Centre at Kodja Place

Service Kojonup

+61 8 9831 0500
143 Albany Highway, Kojonup 6395
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The Kodja Place is the story of country Australia as experienced by one farming community in South Western Australia. It incorporates state of the art design and technologies with the simple directnes

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