Heritage attractions in Western Australia's South West
The Working Life Heritage Trail is your window into the region's pioneering past.
Pick your route from the Heritage Trail Map and meander through farms, forests and friendly country towns.
Discover the past and meet some colourful characters along the way. They’ll spin you a yarn on how the South West was shaped through blood, sweat and tears. Can you imagine what life was like?
If you want to discover what life on a pioneer dairy farm was all about, or how the people of yesteryear lived, simply follow the Working Life Heritage Trail.
Where should I start?
Start your journey on the South West Working Life Heritage Trail with a visit to the Bunbury Visitor Centre in the city’s historic railway station building.
First built in 1893 and reconstructed in 1904 as a result of fire damage, the building stands today as a monument to Bunbury’s bygone era.
Located within the Centre is the Working Life Display Hub. Here you will find a theatrette and exhibits which feature the various Working Life sites from around the region and memorabilia from days gone by.
Contacting the attractions
Please contact the respective Working Life Heritage Attractions separately for current opening times and entry fees.
The friendly staff at the Centre will help to plan your journey to the Working Life sites of your choice.
Bunbury Visitor Centre
Carmody Place, Bunbury
Phone: 1800 286 287