21 Things to Do with Kids in the Harvey Region

1. Farm Animal Tours

Make some new furry friends at Harvey Farm Barn in Cookernup (just 10 minutes from Harvey)!

Book a ticket for a self-guided tour around the farm, then settle in for a picnic on the grass and let the kids run around on the playground.

2. Wildflower Ridge Walk

This Harvey walking trail boasts stunning views and is short enough that even little legs can enjoy it.

To the west, look coastward to spot the beach or catch a fiery summer sunset. On the eastern side of the walk, settle in for a post-trek snack and relaxing views of the Harvey Dam.

3. Ice Cream

Is it really summer holidays without ice cream? Grab a cone (or a milkshake) from Harvey Cheese in Wokalup.

While the kids are busy with their frozen treats, adults will love exploring the range of local gourmet creations on offer in-store or sampling some of the artisanal cheese made on the premises.

4. Fishing, Crabbing and Prawning

With 42 kilometres of pristine coastline and an abundance of inland waterways, there’s no shortage of fishing spots in the Harvey Region. Some of our favourites are Binningup Beach, Harvey Dam and Collie River.

Want to know the locals’ favourite summer hotspot? Leschenault Estuary is the place to be for crabbing and prawning. Wade out into the water and scoop up a fresh feed for dinner – there’s nothing like it!

5. Mini Golf

Located at Old Coast Road Brewery in Myalup, the Wonders of WA mini-golf course is fantastic fun for all ages! Take a tour of Wave Rock, Rottnest Island, the Pinnacles, and Mount Augustus and if you’re lucky score a hole-in-one!

Each of the 18 holes features a different attraction giving you the opportunity to learn more about some of WA’s best features as you play your way through the course.

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