The Dryandra Country Visitor Centre is an information hub for tourists and locals, which delivers information and itineraries for the shires of Narrogin and Cuballing (the Dryandra catchment). It is a not for profit Incorporated Association, run by a passionate committee of locals.
We cater for visitors to Dryandra country, who may be interested in hiking, mountain biking, eco-tourism, caravaning, RV touring, and backpacking. If you are interested in local attractions, history, the railway, local stories, or any information about events or accommodation, the DCVC is your first port of call.
We have an interpretative space with information about the region, including plants and wildlife. We also have a wide range of free brochures and maps, including a series of local brochures which will give you a few hours or a few day's worth of activities to enjoy.
In the retail space you'll find free WIFI, photocopying and a lounge area in which to relax and plan your next move.
We have a fully equipped conference room available for hire.
Dryandra Country lies south east of Perth, an easy 2 hour drive from the city. The Dryandra Country region consists of the areas of Cuballing, Narrogin, and the Dryandra Woodland.
This spectacular region offers many nature-based and eco-attractions like Barna Mia endangered animal sanctuary, the renowned Foxes Lair, Tutanning Reserve, Railway Dam, Contine Hill, Toolibin Lake, Yiliminning Rock, geocaching, farmstay holidays, wineries, nature trails, mountain biking, and a wealth of heritage buildings including the historic A.B. Facey Homestead.
The DCVC has over 6000 walk-in visitors each year, and our front of house is manned entirely by volunteers who are a wealth of information.
Our major financial support comes, generously, from the Shire of Narrogin.
We are further kindly supported by the Shire of Cuballing.
We have an RV dump cartridge located at the Narrogin Recreational Vehicle Free Stay area.