There are many things to do during a stay in Boyup Brook. The kids are not forgotten either - they can swim in the pool, use the skate park or go canoeing with you on the river.

There are a number of walk trails for those with a little energy to spare, and also shorter trails for those who just enjoy a stroll.

A short drive will take you to wineries, a wildlife sanctuary or a country music museum.

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To help you enjoy your time while in Boyup Brook we have a number of brochures and flyers which you can download to read or print.


Also check out the links on this page for further information to help you take pleasure in our wonderful section of the Blackwood River Valley.


Visitor Guides

Quick Guide
:  A listing and brief summary of things
to see and do.

Where to Eat Sit down meals or take-aways.

Walk Trails:  Town walks brochure.
Town Map: Just as it says...
Places to Visit:  Interesting places to spend some time.In Town and  Out of Town

Picnics & Camping:  Camping and Picnic sites brochure.


Other Pages

Looking for a picnic spot or somewhere pleasant to camp? Then check out our Picnic and Camping  areas.

Visit Local  Wineries


Google Map - Boyup Brook and surrounds.

Information on Walk Trails:   check here


sand sculptures


Country Music Man


roo gully wildlife sanctuary




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Sand Sculptures

See the world class sand sculptures at the swimming pool and in the shed at Harvey Dickson's Country Music Centre.
Download the Sculpture Stalk Brochure (pdf1.3Mb) and Notes on the Sculptures. (pdf200kb)


Holograms and Sculptures

View the mysterious holograms (watch the eyes).
A number of wonderful art sculptures created by local artist Sandy Chambers are on public display at the Tourist Centre, at Sandakan Park (at the memorial and opposite the Museum), the Fire Station and at Sandy Chambers Studio and Aviaries.


The Gnomon

The Gnomon is the triangular part of a sun dial that throws the shadow. Boyup Brook has a large Gnomon which encloses a Boyup Brook Shire logo made of wrought iron and mounted on a polished granite aggregate dial. The Gnomon is located in the median strip in Abel Street opposite the Commonwealth Bank. This is a great place to sit and relax and let the day go by.

Sandy Chambers Art Studio and Aviaries

Artist in residence Sandy Chambers is the creator of the holograms and sand sculptures. The studio has extensive gardens, with Australian and exotic birds, a camel and an alpaca. Telephone ahead to ensure Sandy's availability.
Entry by donation.
Ph: (08) 9765 1225

Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary

Roo Gully is a working wildlife sanctuary and wildlife education centre. Run by Carol Lander with the help of both local and international volunteers, Roo Gully specialises in the care of injured, sick and orphaned marsupials.
Some of the animals are cared for at Roo Gully until they are able to survive in the wild and are then released into their natural territory.
The animals which Roo Gully care for include birds, amphibians and lizards, though they do specialise in marsupials, such as kangaroos, wallabies, bandicoots, bettongs and possums.

The Sanctuary is very well known and with the release of 'The Roo Gully Diaries DVDs it has become famous not only in Australia but around the world.

Visit  Roo Gully website for more information

Harvey Dickson's Country Music Centre

Situated approximately 5km out of town on the Arthur River Road, Harvey Dickson has set up his centre out in a shed hanging pretty much anything he possibly could from the roof - including a carriage, old vacuum cleaners, boots, road signs, and hundreds of vinyl records. With a stage and bar, Harvey's annual shows are a must see attraction.
He also has sand sculptures of Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash (created by local artist Sandy Chambers).
From the age of 14, Harvey Dickson has collected Elvis Presley memorabilia and has kept all of these in a room called the 'Record Room'. There is also the Rodeo Centre where Harvey hosts the Harvey Dickson's Rodeo annually in October. This is where the famous 10m tall wooden guitar men stand.

Contact Harvey Dickson on (08) 9765 1125

Visit Harvey Dicksons Country Music Centre


The Boyup Brook Golf Club

The Boyup Brook Golf Course is situated 10kms from Boyup Brook on the Six Mile Road, off the Boyup Brook-Mayanup Road.
Undulating fairways with sand greens are set amongst red gum, jarrah and white gums making a very attractive course, easy walking but with some challenges.
Our large Clubhouse has bar and kitchen facilities, outdoor BBQ area and a large fireplace to warm members during those winter months. The Club functions from end of April to middle of October each year.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
The Boyup Brook Golf Club was very proud to be chosen to host the 2012 State Men’s Sand Green’s Championship in August 2012. Visit: Boyup Brook Golf




Town Walks

Heritage Trail

Walk the Heritage Trail around the streets of the town. Plinths mark the sites of original buildings and business premises. Maps are available from the Tourist Information Centre. An interesting view of the town's history.


Bicentennial Walk Trail

Stretch your legs on all or part of the 6km Bicentennial Walk Trail which runs around the town boundary, through bush reserves and along the Blackwood River. You can detour into the Boyup Brook Billabong behind the old railway station if you want a short break. A good place to start is the Lions Park at the Bridge over the Blackwood River.


Kara Kataga Langa Trail

Take a short stroll from behind the Railway Station, down to the Boyup Brook Billabong and through the revegetation work being undertaken by the friends of the Billabong.

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Golf Club