Chittering Tourist Association (Inc.) ph: +61 8 9576 1100 fx: +61 8 9576 1020; email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.chittering.iinet.net.au
Take one of the many drive and walk trails that meander through the Valley with
sculptures, wineries, orchards, markets and roadside stalls selling seasonal fresh
produce along your way. At the Brockman Centre in Bindoon you will find locally made
arts and crafts and the local Heritage Museum.
Just one hour's drive from Perth, the Chittering Valley is nestled in the
northern hills of the Darling Range within the beautiful Avon Valley region. With
its untouched bushland and wetlands, vineyards, orchards, spectacular
wildflowers and views, the area is a perfect day trip or short-break destination -
stay overnight at a bed and breakfast, chalet or farmstay. The Valley forms a
picturesque gateway into Western Australia's wheatbelt region where you can
immerse yourself in the rural lifestyle of the "Golden Horizons".
Enjoy a tour of the working orchards and take home freshly picked fruit during the
citrus or fruit season. The annual Bindoon Agricultural Show is held on the third
Saturday in October.
MARKETS IN CHITTERING
Clune Park, Bindoon
IHC, Lower Chittering
So near Perth, yet so Country!
Visit the beautiful Chittering Valley
IT'S CITRUS TIME!
In Spring the Valley comes alive with wildflowers
and in September the town of Bindoon hosts its
annual Wildflower Festival. The Taste of
Chittering food market is held in August.
Weekend markets are held regularly. Details are
The Shire of Chittering consists of Bindoon, Muchea and the historical Wannamal with
easy access to the neighbouring towns and rural properties of Gingin, Toodyay, York,
Northam, Beverley, Goomalling, Victoria Plains and Australia's only monastic town, New
Norcia. The region offers a huge range of attractions and plenty of accommodation
options against a backdrop of history and natural beauty, all within an easy drive from
16 - 18
Guided Wildflower tours
of Blackboy Ridge. 16th
& 17th September
bookings esential at the