Cranbrook and Frankland River

Cranbrook is the ideal location for exploring the National Heritage listed Stirling Range National Park. A beautiful old station master’s house is now home to the Cranbrook museum. With a great collection of local history items, it tells the story of the development of this lovely railway town. Be sure to visit Sukey Hill lookout for spectacular views of salt lakes, mountains and farmland.

The stunning Frankland River Region boasts the production of olive oil, organic produce, raspberries and some of the finest cool climate wines in Australia. Enjoy the Frankland River wine experience where visitors can follow a trail around award winning Frankland River wineries. These amazing wineries with their cold climate grapes offer magnificent views of the area, beautiful picnic areas and outstanding wines.

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+61 8 9826 1008
Address:
Gathorne Street, Cranbrook 6321
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Cranbrook is about an hour drive north of Albany located in the Great Southern Region, approximately 90 kilometres north of Albany and 325 kilometres south of Perth. It is also just 10 kilometres from

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