Dandaragan boasts lush pastures and abundant crops produced from fertile farming land.

The charming country town 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 at nearby Mount Lesueur National Park.

Heritage buildings

St Anne's Church is a charming Anglican church, constructed between 1885 and 1887, with an interesting gothic arch for its entry. The church is made from local soap stone from 'Kayanaba', a nearby property. Soap stone is soft when it was first quarried, making it easy to saw the stone into shape, and hardens when it makes contact with the air.

Wolba Wolba, or Aggie's Cottage, is situated on Badgingarra Road, seven kilometres from Dandaragan. Erected in 1871, this brick and stone cottage is still used today by local craft and historical groups. A freshwater lake, located 50 metres away, is home to different species of water birds and is a great place for a picnic.

The Dandaragan Way

The Dandaragan Way is a scenic drive from Regan's Ford, 1 hour and 25 minutes' drive north of Perth, and travel north through Dandaragan to Badingarra. The drive takes you through rolling hills and past running creeks, marri trees and historic buildings. Keep your eyes peeled for flocks of white corellas and cockatoos.