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Telephone Road, Neergabby
Ph: 1300 872 457
1300 TRAIL RIDES
Horse Riding for the Whole Family
Explore this little known historical hideaway on horseback. Whether you’re a first time
rider, or an experienced horseperson, we have the perfect horse & ride for you.
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the inland shores of the Moore River on the ultimate
27c Binda Place, Bindoon, WA 6502
T. 08 9576 0069 F. 08 9576 0865 E. email@example.com
The Bindoon Bakehaus and Café, operating since 2000, is set in the scenic
country location of Chittering Valley, approx one hour from Perth.
An award winning business, we are famous for our personalized service,
premium products and our contemporary ‘flavoured’ café.
Our specialities include an extensive range of traditional favourite
and gourmet pies; continental and European breads; luscious pastries
and cakes to appease the lover of sweet cuisines; and our very own
‘Five senses’ signature coffee.
KAYAK MOORE RIVER
Hire a canoe at Guilderton foreshore car
park and paddle your way along the scenic
Moore River. As you head up the river,
listen to the sounds of birds and look out
for native wildlife including kangaroos
and lizards. For a spectacular view of the
landscape, be sure to climb to the peak of
surrounding sand dunes once back on land.
25 Drovers Place, Wanneroo
Ph: (08) 9405 1475
WANNEROO BOTANICAL GARDENS & MINI GOLF
If your down time is about great food, great coffee and great experiences, then the
Wanneroo Botanical Gardens is the place for you.
Home to 36 holes of mini golf, 5 acres of amazing private gardens and the Gold Plate
Award winning Leapfrogs Café, the Wanneroo Botanical Gardens is an entertainment
venue with a difference. Open Tuesday - Sunday days and Wednesday - Sunday nights.
Lancelin and Ledge Point provide the
perfect bays to learn windsurfing - from
the sheltered and protected beginner’s
paradise, to the more advanced, adrenalin
searcher’s dream bay.
There are plenty of schools in the area to
help you master the art.
Photography Ben Pallant.
SANDBOARDING IN LANCELIN
A piece of cardboard is all you need for
an adrenalin rush down the dunes.
To avoid a mouthful of sand, always stick
to the smaller peaks. Even if you don’t
plan on getting any kicks with cardboard,
you’ll be gleeful after scaling the dunes to
take in the panoramic views. They’re best
accessed with a 4WD because windblown
sand can make the carpark a hazard for
Make the kids feel larger than life as they
tackle a mini golf course. Pack a picnic
lunch and play your way through the
exciting courses in Gingin, Bullsbrook or
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