Dandaragan boasts lush pastures and abundant crops produced from fertile farming land. It is home to award-winning Dandaragan organic beef, cold-pressed olive oil, and citrus and stone fruit orchards.
It also has a beautiful year round wildflower viewing area with most species flowering in late winter and spring – most notably Mount Lesueur National Park but there is lots to see during Spring.
St Anne’s Church is a charming Anglican Church, constructed between 1885 and 1887 has an interesting gothic arch for its entry and is made from local soap stone from Kayanaba, a nearby property.
Wolba Wolba or Aggie’s Cottage is situated on the Badgingarra Road, seven kilometres from Dandaragan, this brick and stone cottage was erected in 1871 and is still used today by local craft and historical groups. There’s a fresh water lake 50 metres away, which is home to different species of water birds.
The Dandaragan Way is a scenic drive from Regan’s Ford through Dandaragan to Badgingarra offering views of creeks, rolling hills, historic buildings, marri trees and flocks of white corellas and cockatoos.