• Kodja Place in the centre of Kojonup offers an insight into the history and traditions of the Noongar people

    Kodja Place in the centre of Kojonup offers an insight into the history and traditions of the Noongar people
  • The Rose Maze is conveniently situated next to Kodja Place

    The Rose Maze is conveniently situated next to Kodja Place
  • Lose yourself in the Rose Maze enjoying plaques and mosaics

    Lose yourself in the Rose Maze enjoying plaques and mosaics

Historical Sites

Explore and discover Kojonup’s history and heritage by visiting the following sites around town:

  • The Military Barracks
  • Elverd Cottage
  • The spring
  • Historical Town Walk

Kodja Place

No visit to Kojonup would be complete without exploring Kodja Place, where artefacts, exhibits, and demonstrations of Noongar culture can be seen.  There are fantastic creative and interpretive displays illustrating the historical development of Kojonup

The Rose Maze

The Rose Maze is conveniently situated next to Kodja Place and the Black Cockatoo Restaurant is a perfect place to enjoy delicious home cooking and the daily changing menu offering snacks and meals.  Lose yourself in the Rose Maze enjoying plaques and mosaics, weaving together the stories of 3 women; a Noongar woman, an English woman and an Italian woman.

  • Kodja Place
    Kodja Place
  • Places to Visit
    Places to Visit
  • The Rose Maze
    The Rose Maze

Kojonup Sporting Facilities

If you are feeling energetic, Kojonup has a range of sporting facilities for you to enjoy.  Kojonup’s outstanding tennis and squash courts are worth visiting as is our outdoor swimming pool and golf course, which is considered to be the one of the finest regional golf courses in WA. Nearby Lake Towerinning offers water skiing and we have a skate park, shooting range, hockey and football ovals, netball courts and polocrosse and polo facilities.  Kojonup is home to the annual Wandecla Family Race Day, which offers a great day out for all the family.

Flora and Fauna Reserves

How about a walk or enjoy a picnic amongst our native flora, fauna and wildlife in the Farrar Reserve or the Myrtle Benn Flora Sanctuary. If you are interested in self-drive wildflower tours then please ask Robyn for more information as there are many different drives available for wildflower lovers.

  • Flora & Fauna Reserves
    Flora & Fauna Reserves
  • Farrar Reserve
    Farrar Reserve
  • Myrtle Benn Flora Sanctuary
    Myrtle Benn Flora Sanctuary

Kojonup Tourist Railway

The Kojonup Tourist Railway began in 1993 with several local residents realising what history and value would be lost should the railway line completely disappear in Kojonup.  Through their hard work and perserverance and with the assistance of the Shire of Kojonup the Kojonup Tourist Railway Inc is an active volunteer organisation that is working towards the preservation of the 12 km of line. For more information visit http://www.kojonuptouristrailway.com.au/