Welcome to the Great Southern Region. Just four hours from Perth, Mount Barker abounds with tourist attractions and experiences! The spectacular Stirling and Porongurup National Park Ranges, awesome, award winning wineries and vineyards, an abundance of flora and fauna and accommodation for every taste and budget. When was the last time you had an authentic, real and natural travel experience? Worth every moment!
Home of RAMS The Movie!
A decades-long feud between two sheep farming brothers comes to a head when disaster strikes their flocks.
Our location scouts scoured the Australian countryside, to find a location that matched what we imaged and we found Mount Barker in Western Australia's Great Southern Region. Natural, unspoiled, authentic, magnificent mountain scenery combined with expansive rolling farm scapes, a wonderful country town that oozed charm and warm hospitality, filled with down to earth, friendly country people. Mount Barker was exactly what we were looking for...
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Please do not attend our Visitor Centre if:
1) You have any cold or flu symptoms.
2) You may have been exposed to Covid-19 (Corona Virus).
3) All customers, please keep a 1.5m distance between you and staff.
4) Ask our friendly staff if you want a closer look at a map, brochure or souvenir.
5) If you have recently returned from overseas or the eastern states remember you have to have self-isolated for 14 days before going out.
The Mount Barker Visitor Centre management and staff apologies if any of the forgoing prevents you from attending.