John Forrest Lookout Information
The John Forerest Lookout provides a 360 degree view of surrounding station country.
It was here, during an 1897 expedition that Sir John Forrest established his survey point on top this hill. The lookout forms part of the Damperwah Hills, which Forrest discovered and named during in 1869 search for Leichardt.
Barbecues, picnic facilities and toilets are available.
Perenjori is located three and a half hours drive north east of Perth.
Located in the old bank building also occupied by the tourist information
centre. The museum has..Pindarri Soak
Pindarri Soak is a popular picnic area and lookout.
When touring near Perenjori, stop at this..Camel Soak
The tranquil surroundings at Camel Soak east of Perenjori, provide an excellent spot to sit down..Vermin Proof Fence
Originally called the "Rabbit Proof Fence", it runs north and south, 37 kilometres east of..Lake Nullewa
Lake Nullewa is an excellent spot for birdwatchers. With good seasonal rains the lake is often..Koolanooka Springs
Koolanooka Springs is home to a spectacular wildflower display and also provides an opportunity to..Holy Cross Church
The Holy Cross Church was built in 1932 in Morawa. Designed along Spanish mission lines, it is a..Rothsay Ghost Town
77 kilometres east of Perenjori is the ghost town of Rothsay. Gold was discovered here in 1894 and..Pintharuka Dam
The dam was sunk in 1936 for settlers use with water guided to the dam by a series of rock walls..Buntine Rock
Buntine Rock is located two kilometres east of Buntine. Buntine has its picnic areas just east of..