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Western Australia Visitor Centres

We encourage all visitors to Western Australia to visit their local Visitor Centre.

WA Holiday Guide is an advocate for the local work of Visitor Centres in Western Australia. When customers make an online booking at for accommodation or tours, this is only one portion of the visitor experience. Once in the region, people can visit their nearest Visitor Centre for a wealth of local information and local booking services for additional tours, tickets, souvenirs, maps and general advice on the local area to make the stay more relaxing, stress free and often with hidden gems of knowledge to make the visit extra special. The staff at each Visitor Centre are often long time locals with a real passion for local tourism. Visitor Centres are a great  and valuable support for tourism in Western Australia and visitors.

Located at: 221 York Street, Albany WA 6330

Promoting the brand "The Amazing South Coast" helping people discover natural wonders and stories of Australia’s heritage unique to the Region.

Operating in the centre of town on York Street, the Visitor Centre is also known as the Albany Regional Booking Service and Amazing South Coast.

Phone: 08 6820 3700


Located at: 40 Jull Street, Armadale WA 6112

Inviting you to experience the breathtaking bushland, fine wines, cosy B & B's & Art Galleries of the Perth Hills.

Friendly, expert advice for Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail. Offering a great selection of local souvenirs and gifts. The Visitor Centre is also a Ticketmaster agency.

Phone: 08 9394 5410

Located at: 81 Avon Terrace, York WA 6302

Stretching from Beverley in the south to New Norcia and Victoria Plains in the North, the Avon Valley region boasts seven intriguing localities for you to explore; Beverley, Chittering, Goomalling, Northam, Toodyay, York, New Norcia and Victoria Plains.

Phone: 08 9641 1301

Located at: 154 Hampton Street, Bridgetown WA 6255

Operating from the very centre of town opposite the historic Bridgetown Hotel. An institution for the local community, the Visitor Centre is an integral part of organising the annual Blues At Bridgetown festival.

Key pick up and drop off is a useful service for local accommodation operators and visitors.

Phone: 08 9761 1740

Located at: 1 Hammersley Street, Broome WA 6725

A not-for-profit organisation established to assist people plan their visit to Broome. They know and love the region and so provide expert advice on local attractions, tours, special events, tide times, local businesses and facilities. 

Providing information on National Parks, road and weather condition reports for the Kimberley and Pilbara.

Phone: 08 9195 2200

Located at: Carmody Place, Bunbury WA 6231

For all the assistance you need to make the most of your visit to Bunbury, visit the Bunbury Visitor Centre when in town.

You can browse the displays, pick up a souvenir or locally made gift. The friendly staff will answer any questions you might have about Bunbury with their extensive local knowledge.

Phone: 08 9792 7000

Located at: Robinson Street, Carnarvon WA 6701

A one stop touring shop, located in the heart of town. The Visitor Centre provides professional and comprehensive advice for accommodation, tours and Greyhound Bus Services.

Drop in and pick up holiday souvenirs, gifts, maps, books and more from friendly staff who can help you.

Phone: 08 9941 1146

Located at: 73 South Coast Highway, Denmark WA 6333

Run by the Denmark Chamber Of Commerce, offering holiday accommodation advice and an online booking facility. A service managed by well acquainted and passionate locals on South Coast Highway Denmark in the heart of Australia's South West Great Southern.

Phone: 08 9848 2648

Located at: 30 Loch Street, Derby WA 6728

Our staff and operators live here and love it! Renowned for friendly and helpful staff, who are experts on the Gibb River Road and the Buccaneer Archipelago. They are more than happy and well experienced in organising and booking your complete Kimberley adventure.

Phone: 08 9191 1426

Located at: Corner Dempster Street and Kent Street, Esperance WA 6540

The friendly and knowledgable Visitor Centre staff are able to help you with all of your holiday requirements. We are open seven days a week. A touchscreen located next to the entrance gives information to the visitors after hours.

Phone: 08 9083 1555

Located at: Kings Square, Fremantle WA 6160

Welcoming you to the historic city of “Freo” as it is also know to the locals, the staff can assist you with finding your accommodation.

Also on offer are ferries to Rottnest Island Whale Watching, Cruises on the Swan River, Wine Cruises, Fremantle Prison Tours, Tram Tours, Swim with Dolphins & Helicopter Flights.

Phone: 08 9432 9988

Located at: 24 Chapman Road, Geraldton WA 6531

Run by the local shire and housed in the historic Art Gallery. Open Tues-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat and Sun 930-130pm, Closed Mondays.

Phone: 08 9956 6670

Located at: Cnr Great Northern Highway & Hall Street, Halls Creek WA 6770

Run by the Shire Of Halls Creek, providing a focul point for the mostly indigenous community.

Providing expert information for the famous local attractions such as the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park and Wolfe Creek Meteor Crater. Nestled on the edges of the Great Sandy Desert and Tanami Desert.

Phone: 08 9937 1104

Located at: 70 Grey Street, Kalbarri WA 6536

Surrounded by the rugged coastal cliffs and dramatic river gorges of Kalbarri National Park, there is beauty and tranquillity as well as action and adventure to be found all year round.

The Visitor Centre looks forward to meeting you! Open daily and agents for Skywest, TransWA and Greyhound Bus.

Phone: 08 9937 1104

Located at: 316 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430

Your complete guide to the Goldfields region. Kalgoorlie Boulder offers a host of things to see and do for all ages and interests, whether you are passing through, here on business or live and work here - you won’t be disappointed! Our award winning team are always happy to help you in store.

Phone: 08 9021 1966

Located at: Coolibah Drive, Kununurra WA 6743

A non-profit membership-based centre with over 130 members and averaging at least 98,000 visitors through the doors annually generating in excess of $2.5 million of sales annually.

Pick up your free Glove Box Guide to the East Kimberley containing local information, mud maps and town maps.

Phone: 08 9168 1177

Located at: 75 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210

At its glittering centre, the city of Mandurah is alive with cafés and restaurants dotted along waterfront boardwalks.

The Visitor Centre itself is conveniently placed on the Foreshore. Extensive knowledge of the region ensures they provide complete understanding of your visit to Mandurah.

Phone: 08 9550 3999

Located at: 100 Bussell Highway, Margaret River WA 6285

A self-funded, not for profit organisation that represents more than 500 local tourism businesses. Fosters high values and excellence in sustainable tourism, visitor servicing and destination promotion.

An elected Committee of Management oversees operations. The Association runs both the Margaret River Visitor Centre and Augusta Visitor Centre.

Phone: 08 9780 5911

Located at: 3 Truscott Cres, Exmouth WA 6707

Ningaloo is the eco-adventure capital of WA, offering an extraordinary and unique travel experience within a UNESCO World Heritage Listed area.

Whether it’s your first or fiftieth visit to Exmouth the Ningaloo Visitor Centre is staffed by knowledgeable and friendly locals who are here to help you make the most of your stay on the beautiful Ningaloo Coast.

Phone: 08 9949 3070

Located at: Brockman Street, Pemberton WA 6260

Your "one stop shop" for all Pemberton information. You can pick up all the maps and guides that you will need.

Enjoy the Pioneers Museum and discover a full scale settlers hut with artifacts and tools from a bygone era. The Karri Forest Discovery Centre is also on site. An audio visual experience revealing the secrets of the Karri forests.

Phone: 08 9776 1133

Located at: Cadiz Street, Cervantes WA 6511

Promoting and servicing WA's Turquoise Coast. One of Australia's best kept secrets. The Visitor Centre is located in Cervantes however can also assist you for your journey to Jurien Bay and Leeman and the worls famous Pinnacles Desert.

A non-government organisation. By booking through the Pinnacles Visitor Centre you are helping this vital local service to keep it's doors open servicing the community and visitors.

Phone: 08 8393 7600

Located at: 19 Kent Street, Rockingham WA 6168

We invite you to come and experience the multitude of Rockingham’s recreational and leisure activities. A non for profit organisation that is managed by a committee that can provide all your booking and information requirements. Your obvious first port of call to gather important information and local knowledge.

Phone: 08 9592 3464

Located at: Knight Terrace, Denham WA 6537

Showcasing internationally inspired collections with today's interactive technology. A a 'must see' on any travellers itinerary.

Here you can discover the 'real' Shark Bay, full of natural wonders, world heritage, adventure and historic treasures of Dutch, English and French explorers from as early as 1616.

Phone: 08 9948 1590

Located at: Cnr Meadow Steet and Swan Street, Guildford WA 6055

Your one-stop-shop for everything in and around the Swan Valley. The friendly team can assist in making your visit a special one, choosing your tours and shopping for a perfect local gift.

One of the most award-winning Visitor Centres in Western Australia and open 7 days a week.

Phone: 08 9207 8899

Located at: South Coast Highway, Walpole WA 6398

The friendly staff at this Visitor Centre will be happy to help you with your visit to the Walpole and Nornalup region of Western Australia. Open every day except Christmas day.

Chat to a local expert about exploring the award winning Tree Top Walk and the Valley Of The Giants forest.

Phone: 08 9840 1111