We are Hilltop Views.

WA’s famous first Surveyor General John Septimus Roe was granted 5000 acres in the 1830s and named it Roelands. A small township now nestles in the hills of the Darling Scarp. To the south, along the picturesque Seven Hills Road, you will find Roelands Village.

The property was originally a farm used also as a Mission to house children removed from families from across Western Australia. It is now operated by the Woolkabunning Kiaka Aboriginal Corporation and, amongst other things, produces fabulous honey and bush food.

Must Dos in Roelands

  • Edith Valley

    Get Married

    One of Western Australia’s most beautiful wedding venues is located in the rolling hills of Roelands. Perched on the Darling Scarp, Edith Valley offers a purpose-built facility that perfectly balances rustic charm and modern interiors, while boasting stunning views of a picturesque lake and beyond.

  • Lower Collie River

    Explore the Collie River

    Put your boat or kayak in at the Eastwell Boat Ramp Precinct and then head up the river. If you’re a keen fisherman, drop a line to catch a Black Bream or Mulloway.

  • Mornington Road

    Take a Great Descent

    Take the scenic route from Harvey to the Collie River Valley and return via Roelands. The Coalfields Road provides sensational views and photo opportunities as you descend the range to Roelands.

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