The heritage wheatbelt town of Beverley is 130 kilometres east of Perth on the Avon River and the Beverley Visitor Centre is located in the heart of town. The Visitor Centre stocks an array of Beverley momentos, gifts, fresh coffee beans and many locally made products. There is also a wonderful and interactive display of locally grown grain and wool that you are welcome to touch and feel.
The friendly Beverley Visitor Centre staff will help you discover all the wonderful things Beverley and it’s surrounds has to offer. Whether you enjoy life at a slower pace or you like to live on the edge, Beverley will have something for you to enjoy. If you are a nature lover, grab your camera and head out to Yenyening Lakes or take a hike up County Peak for panoramic views of the great region. Or if you want take a step back in time, visit the Dead Finish Museum to see what life was like for Beverley pioneers. There are some great, fun and quirky little shops in Beverley so wander down Vincent Street and check them out.
Here in Beverley you will find a range of different wildflowers during the year, the most popular places to see a range of unique wildflowers is the Brooking Street Reserve and the Poison Hill Reserve. The best time to look for wildflowers in Beverley is late winter to early spring, or from August to October.
141 Vincent Street
Beverley WA 6304