Perenjori

Perenjori, from the Aboriginal word “Perangary”, meaning water hole, is situated 350 kms north of Perth and 39 kilometres south-east of Morawa in the northern agricultural region.

Perenjori is one of nine government areas that make up WA’s Wildflower Country and is part of the “Wildflower Way Tourist Drive” that runs from Dalwallinu to Geraldton. It is extremely well known for it’s abundance of wild flowers and wildlife.

What’s Happening Around Perenjori?

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Perenjori's Chapter of the Blue Tree Project. Helping break the stigma around Mental Health

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Community Meeting on the Perenjori Supermarket

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Candidates Les Hepworth (Left) and Phil Logue (Right) with Shire President Laurie Butler for the 2019 Extraordinary Election of the Caron Latham Bunjil Ward

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New goals put in at the Perenjori Football Oval ready for the 2019 season

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New cutouts at the ANZAC Memorial Park

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Culvert extended on Oversby road

FAQ’S

When is the best time to visit the Wildflowers? & Where can they be found?

The best time of the year to find our iconic Wildflowers is between July-October. Remember, each Wildflower season is different and we are at the mercy of mother nature. The best way to get the most out of your time in the Shire is to call into the Perenjori Visitor Centre located on Fowler street, open during the Wildflower season for maps and seasonal flower locations.

Where can we stay?

The three-star Perenjori Caravan Park, otherwise known as “The Best Kept Secret in the West”, is nestled amongst the York Gums on the corner of North Road and Crossing Street OR Full of history and charm, the Perenjori Hotel provides a central place to base yourself while touring the Wildflower Country.

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