One Day Drives From Kendenup
Tourist Attractions and Places to See
Kendenup is a great place to stay for a few days and there are plenty of accommodation options in and close to the township. Stay for an extended period as its close proximity to the coast as well as rural landmarks provide a perfect base for venturing out and exploring the countryside. During September through to as late as January the countryside is home to great Australian Wildflowers and the Great Southern coastline has plenty of world famous views to take in and explore.
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The Stirling Range provide a day out among magnificent vistas if rolling mountains and jagged peaks. Watch out for the unique Australian Wildlife and in September thru to January the wildflowers, some which can be seen all year round, are particularly prolific.
Take some extra time and in the right conditions for your vehicle travel Red Gum Pass and the Stirling Range Drive where you will be able to get right in amongst the wildflowers and find some interesting walks.
195kms / 2 1/2 hours plus stopping time
Places of Interest
Bluff Knoll and Mount Trio; allow 1 - 3 hours; does not include climb *
Take a quiet country drive through the winery district of Frankland River down through historic Rocky Gully on the way to Denmark for lunch in one of the many wonderful cafes and eateries nestled alongside the Denmark River and Wilsons Inlet.
285kms / 3 1/2 hours plus stopping time
Places of Interest
Nunijup Lake; allow 15mins * - sadly no swimming but a nice picnic spot
Frankland River Wine Region; allow 30 mins *
Situated at the foot of the Stirling Range, Kendenup is the perfect place to stay while on a Great Southern Wildflower Run.
Red Gum Pass, Bluff Knoll National Park and the Porongurups are just three of the numerous places to go on that special adventure finding some of Australias most unique wildflowers.
Check with the winery to confirm times
Times may change without notice to this website.
Allow time for each stop; minimum to enjoy the experience not less than an hour, some places you WILL stay longer. Visit the websites to plan an itinerary to suit your taste and time allowance.
Two Peoples Bay is a picturesque duel bay featured on Windows 10 as a screen photo such is its beauty.
Cheynes Bay is a popular family getaway with a long stretching accessible beach varying from open surf to sheltered cove with shallow waters seemingly designed just for toddlers.
Nanarup is a quiet inlet 'lake' with walkable and at the right tide driveable access to the open water just right for family fishing, swimming, boating and kayaking.
Round Trip: Approximately * 300kms - 4 hours plus stopping time
* Dependent on route taken
Kendenup Local - ABN: 32 990 260 113
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