A place to relax, bushwalk and enjoy our woodland setting.

Situated in the picturesque surroundings of the Dryandra Woodland, the village was established in the late 1920′s as a Forests Department settlement for the harvesting of mallet bark for the tanning industry.

Only recently listed, the village won a Heritage Award in 2010.

Today it offer

s rustic accommodation in the thick of unique Dryandra Woodland flora and fauna.

The village is situated amongst 28,000 hectares of Dryandra Woodland, which is home to a number of rare native mammals.  The unique location makes it a great place to stay

for photographers, educationalists, conservationists, ecologists, naturalists, holiday makers and astronomers.

Six designated walk trails and two scenic drives is just the start of discovering this beautiful area.