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Things to See & Do

There are a number of natural attractions in the Moore River region. Walking hiking, bushwalking, canoeing, kayaking, river cruises, golf, and fishing just to name a few.

Many walking trails in and around Moore River allow visitors to relish nature at its best. A new boardwalk built along the northern shore allows visitors to appreciate the many species of birds or relax and have a picnic. The Desert is another popular spot for enjoying the tranquility and have a go at sandboarding. Many popular spots to have a picnic or find a special spot of your own to enjoy the environment.

River fishing along the MooreRiver foreshore or the boardwalk with catches such as bream, taylor and herring.

Ocean fishing can be enjoyed along the coast in Guilderton, Ledge Point, Caraban and Quinns Rock.

All areas are excellent for coastal photography with fantastic sunsets and a beautiful coastline.

 

For more information on things to see and do in the region have a look at www.gingintourism.com.au.

Attractions

  • Moore River Cruises ~ 9577 1600 or 0439 093 766

    Moore River Cruises ~ 9577 1600 or 0439 093 766

    A variety of cruise options which allow visitors to enjoy this natural environment while learning of the fragile ecological system.

    Find out more on http://www.moorerivertours.com.au/

  • Moore Golf

    Moore Golf

    With challenging sand greens this course will be a memorable one

  • Guilderton Lighthouse

    The last lighthouse to be built in Western Australia, this unique structure was built using specially constructed bricks.

  • "Gingin Observatory"

    GINGIN OBSERVATORY

    Daytime tours (1 hour. $4.00 school students) Group bookings only. Bookings essential. Call 08 9575 7740.

    Stargazing tours (2 to 2.5 hours. $29.50 adults, $25.50 seniors; $15.50 children 6-16 years and children 5 and under free.) Bookings are essential. Call 08 9575 7740 or email stars@ginginobservatory.com.

  • "Gravity Discovery Centre"

    GRAVITY DISCOVERY CENTRE Open Tuesday to Sunday, 9.30am to 5.00pm. Also open Mondays during Western Australian School Holidays and Public Holidays except Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. General entry: $15.00 adults, $12.00 seniors and $10.00 children. Special education and tour group bookings available. DIRECTIONS – GINGIN OBSERVATORY AND GRAVITY DISCOVERY CENTRE From Perth, travel north on Wanneroo Road. From the Yanchep National Park intersection, travel 14kms to Military Road (watch for the signs). Turn right. The entry to the Gravity Discovery Centre and the Gingin Observatory is 10kms up Military Road and on your right. Our driveway is a delightful 2km journey through pristine bush lands. Visit www.gdc.asn.au/location.php for a map.