Local Attractions

The perfect place to enjoy quality time and simple pleasures!

Redgum Hill - Nannup RoadAt Redgum Hill there are many ways to while away your time! You can linger over breakfast, walk on our property or down the pretty Balingup Road, sit in the summerhouse and read, or have a game of croquet or boule on the river lawn, relaxing in the teahouse between croquet ends.

Over 60 species of birds have been sighted on the property, including the Splendid Fairy Wren, the Red Winged Fairy Wren, Scarlet and White Breasted Robins, the Rainbow Bee Eater, various species of Honeyeaters, Parrots, Rosellas, Kookaburras and Golden Whistlers.

Nannup is a historic pioneering and timber town. Enjoy picnicking at Reveley Bridge or Barrabup Pool, visit Blackwood Wines Bistro in Nannup for food and wine tasting, check out the historic museum just 1 km from Redgum Hill, walk the kangaroo tracks, visit the Balingup Cheese Factory, or walk to Beyonderup Falls.

Enjoy an unforgettable holiday journey to WA’s loveliest tourist drive 251 (Balingup to Nannup to Bridgetown). There is something for everyone!

Scenic Drives

The golden triangle – Nannup, Bridgetown, Balingup

Nannup CowsThe first drive is based on Tourist Drive 251, in our and many people’s opinion, the loveliest most scenic drive in Western Australia. The winding, picturesque, sealed road follows the Blackwood River and Balingup Brook. Explore the historic timber town, Bridgetown, the Karri Valley, the Bibbulman Track, Balingup, Birdwood Park, The Tinderbox and the Old Cheese Factory.

Ellis Creek and Donnelly Drive

The second drive follows unsealed roads in part to visit the old Ellis Creek mill site and the Donnelly Drive through Donnelly Mill to the 4 acres and one tree-bridge. Visit the old mill, two of the largest remaining Jarrah trees in the world, drive through Karri forest and see the South West bush.

Pemberton – Tall timber

Nannup Road BanksiaThe third drive takes in the trees, waterfalls, craft shops and wineries around the Pemberton region. Stop at Donnelly River Wines, Beedelup Falls, Karri forest, ‘Heartbreak Trail’, the Gloucester tree, Picardy Winery, Fine Woodcraft Gallery, Pemberton steam train and tram, Salitage Winery and Restaurant, Black George Wines and the 100-year forest.

Augusta and Margaret River – Beaches and wine

The fourth drive takes in the wineries, rugged coastal scenery and beaches of the Margaret River region. See the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, several caves, Margaret River, Yallingup, Dunsborough and Busselton.

Ask your hosts for full details, maps and advice on must-see stops.