Find yourself in the Porongurups. You will want to stay longer, visit again and wonder how such a place is known by such a lucky few.
Find a fascinating natural environment. Ancient geology, unique bushland and abundant animal life.
Find time to be with your family in a nature based environment. Just do nothing and soak up the views or be active outdoors.
Find a forest bushwalk to suit your level. The easy Tree in the Rock walk or fantastic Granite Skywalk at Castle Rock to the many rugged, challenging walks a short drive away in the Stirling Ranges.
Find out about fabulous wines where your tasting glass is poured by the people working the vineyards and making the wine.
Make Porongurup your base and find freedom to easily reach a remarkable range of attractions – the Porongurup National Park, Stirling Ranges, Albany, Denmark and unspoilt coastline in both directions.
Or simply stay put in the Porongurups. Leave with a fantastic feeling. Determined to visit again.
Download a handy quick reference map of the area pinpointing areas of interest, accommodation, places to eat and wineries. If you have children, print the map out before you arrive and get them to find the 20 Blue Wrens on the map!
The Porongurup Range is an ancient mountain island formed at the birth of Gondwana. Today, 1100 millions years later, Porongurup National Park is a biodiversity hotspot and on the National Heritage list for its unique and rare flora and fauna. Surrounding the Range's magnificent views of towering Karri and granite peaks are cool climate vineyards and wineries with cellar doors to complement the nature trails and hikes to such as the new Granite Skywalk.
A range of accommodations offers travellers variety within the overall ambience of this special place.