Ferguson Valley boasts excellent health, education and recreational facilities and activities ranging from freshwater fishing, swimming and camping to heritage walk trails and scenic drives.
It is home to the townsites of Dardanup, Eaton and Burekup.
The scenic Ferguson Valley is characterised by rolling hills, valleys, vineyards and Indian Ocean views, and offers an idyllic escape from the stress and noise of the big city.
Eaton is one of the South West’s fastest-growing towns, offering an impressive range of amenities, and Burekup is a small, welcoming country town that fronts the Perth to Bunbury railway and South West Highway.
Ferguson Valley also plays host to several tourist attractions of note, including the world famous Gnomesville, the magical home of more than 3000 garden gnomes.
The gnomes have migrated to Gnomesville from all over Australia and around the world, so plan to spend a few hours wandering through the villages full of playful gnomes and take note of all their different personalities.
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You’ll be sure to enjoy all the clever gnomish puns hidden around the area and see what all the gnomes are doing.
Gnomes are available for purchase from the Ferguson Valley Visitor Centre located on Ferguson Road in the Dardanup Townsite.
Pick one out to make your mark at Gnomesville or take home a unique souvenir of your visit.
Read more at www.gnomesville.com
Crooked Brook Forest also attracts tourists and is located 25km from the centre of Bunbury and 7km from Dardanup off Crooked Brook Road.
Numerous walking trails allow you to see wildflowers and local wildlife.
Dardanup Heritage Park also hosts a world-class collection of working agricultural and industrial machinery, so you can discover our pioneering past.