Funded by Shire of Waroona and supported by local artists and...read more
Funded by Shire of Waroona and supported by local artists and volunteers, the Waroona Visitor Centre houses a wide range of local, regional and state information plus brochures on fishing, walk trails, firewood collecting areas, seasonal work, etc. Free town maps available plus a retail range. The Gallery provides a venue for local artists and craftspeople and the displays include a range of quality paintings in various styles and mediums, pottery, woodwork, handmade cards, lavender bags, hand towels, pot holders and tea cosies, knitted baby sets and booties, cushions, scarves and slippers, preserves, local music cds and books, and pet scratchers to name a few. Complementing local produce are lines that include Muddy Creek soaps and soy candles, Contemporary Teapots, Australian made and themed stationery and cards, wind chimes and suncatchers, humorous signs, wall tiles, a range of Waroona souvenirs, WA pocket guide books (flora, fauna, trees, animals, etc), wall art and garden stakes, sun hats and knick knacks, calenders and more. Our Volunteers: The Centre has a band of fifteen volunteers dedicated to seeing the Centre open 7 days for visitor enquiries and retail sales.