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​Harvey, Western Australia

Getting Around

The main road route through the area is the South Western Highway (Route 20; Perth to Bunbury via Pinjarra and Waroona). Uduc Road, the town's main street, goes to the Old Coast Road near Myalup.
Harvey railway station is located in the centre of town and served by Transwa's twice daily the 'Australind' service from Perth to Bunbury.
Taxi service is available.

Harvey Township-  Recently named The Nations Top Tree Change Town Destination For Western Australia and Listed in the Best Top 3 for Australia !

Attractions -

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Wild flowers
  • Beaches
  • Wineries
  • Local produce​
  • Plus much more....

What to do

Accommodation

Westernlea Stayz

34 Fryer road

Harvey, 6220

Western Australia

+61 0400 240450

info@westernleastayz.com.au 

At Westernlea Stayz, you have your own self contained two bedroom accommodation with it's private entrance plus ample parking.

The Master bedroom has a Queen bed and sofa for relaxing with access to the en-suite bathroom.

The second bedroom can be set up as two single beds or made into a King bed. A double bed/settee can be made available.

Full kitchen facilities are available for your use.

Park your vehicle in the safe location at the rear of the property and stroll the short distance to your entrance door. Your keys are accessible from the 'Key safe' outside the door. If coming after sunset a security light will illuminate your way. 

Town Overview 

Harvey is a friendly town located in the South West of Western Australia along the South Western Highway, 140 km south of Perth, between Pinjarra and Bunbury. It has a population of 2,606. The town is the seat of the Shire of Harvey and is the centre of the Western Australian dairy industry. It contains an Agricultural college and the headquarters of both the Harvey Fresh and Harvey Beef brand names. Each year in April, Harvey hosts an agricultural show. In addition, a high school, a primary school, dining and shopping facilities, Post office, news agents, coffee shops and council offices are located within the town.
The railway station contains a museum which documents early life in the town, and the Stirling Cottage (actually a replica of it built 500 m downstream from the original in 1994 after the original cottage succumbed to the elements in the 1960s) has been converted into a tourist information centre and tearooms.

An unusual attraction is the Italian Internment Shrine, built by Italian internees of Harvey No. 11 Camp during World War II and believed to be one of the only monuments of its kind in existence.