There are many mountain bike trails in the area, including next door in the Kerr Conservation Park.
A popular sport amongst Enduro motorbike enthusiasts, plenty of trails and forests to explore.
The famous Bibbulmun Track passes a few 100m away from Tegwan's, an epic walk and personal test for bush walkers, and ideal in Spring.
Witness this unique event with medieval characters dressed up roaming around town in August, some in mock battles, others court jestering...
A choice of many sports in the area, such as golf, tennis, bowls, squash, and even a spot of croquet on the bowling green...
A great assortment of foods and festivals, covering Organic, Paleo, vegan etc...,pastries, vineyards, preserves, nougat, cheese, nuts, oils, music, arts, night markets, the list goes on...
Golden Valley Tree Park is a sixty hectare landscaped park set in the picturesque hills of Balingup. The heritage listed site has a collection of trees that was begun over one hundred years ago, and is now the largest arboretum in WA. There are trees for all seasons, open 7 days a week, and all for a gold coin donation.
A unique farm with over 10,000 lavender plants where they produce their own oil. Picnic area, open gardens, a studio promoting local artists, distillation tours, lavender products, rose gardens, 40 cultivated varieties, local crafts and light refreshments.
For those hot Summer days, a refreshing dip and picnic ticks the family boxes. There is a boardwalk too, a short trail on the Spring Gully watercourse. The 513 metre walk trail includes 230 metres of decked boardwalk and 286 metres of gravel pathways around and along the water's edge.
Western Australia's largest non-government funded arts and craft factory, featuring 7 galleries filled with local produce, arts, crafts and antiques. Experience one of Balingup's treasures of amazing gifts and ideas.
This historic mining/timber town has a tantalising history and is well worth a visit. Explore the rich seams of the Greenbushes story beginning with the discovery of a pound of tin in a creek in 1888 through to the development of a mining industry that now supplies the strategic minerals lithium and tantalum to the world.
The gardens are dotted with interesting sculptures to entice you to wander the property, meet and greet our exquisite resident alpacas and be captivated forever. This forms part of the local attractions for visitors in the area, as well as parks and rec.