Harvey & Wokalup

Harvey & Wokalup

We are Homegrown.

Surrounded by fertile, irrigated plains on the banks of the Harvey River, Harvey is one of Australia’s prime produce areas with a rich Noongar, British and Italian cultural heritage. Many of Western Australia’s major food brands were born and bred here–from Harvey Beef to Harvey Fresh and Harvey Cheese–and are still operating today. As you head east, the Region changes from farming land to ruggedly beautiful Jarrah forest and waterways, including Harvey Dam–a playground for outdoor fanatics to explore.

Just south of Harvey, you’ll find the small agricultural town of Wokalup. Home to the Wokalup Tavern (known by locals as “The Woky”) and Brugan Brewery, this is the place to stop for great pub food, handcrafted beer and even better community spirit. Foodies can’t miss visiting the famed Harvey Cheese, just north of Wokalup’s town centre. Let the kids enjoy a milkshake or ice cream, while the adults sample delectable cheese and spirits infused with native botanicals at the on-site gin factory, St Duke’s Distillery.

Must Dos in Harvey & Wokalup

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    Say Cheese

    A visit to the Harvey Region wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the iconic Harvey Cheese. It produces award-winning cultured butter and cheeses and offers free tastings every day. Call in and treat the family to delicious ice cream, milkshake or a decadent blue vein. We also suggest you seek some mouth-watering Halls Family Dairy Suzette cheese from Camille’s Deli Social in Treendale.

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    Walk in May Gibbs Footsteps

    The Stirling Cottage Gardens Precinct is home to a replica of Stirling Cottage (1880), owned by the first Governor of WA and the childhood home of renowned Australian Snugglepot and Cuddlepie children’s author and artist May Gibbs. Enjoy tea and home-made cake at Stirling Cottage Kitchen and then stroll through the gardens and learn about May’s adventures in Harvey.

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    Orange Fever

    As you drive through Harvey, keep an eye out for roadside stalls selling oranges, mandarins and other local produce (in season). Stretch your legs with a climb up the famous 10m high Big Orange, nestled in the grounds of the Harvey River Estate winery on the banks of the Harvey River.

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