Northam Accommodation & Things To Do.
Northam Accommodation & Things To Do.

About Northam:  Northam, situated on the Avon River in the heart of the Avon Valley and less than 100 km from Perth, is the perfect base from which to explore the Avon Valley.  Whether for a day trip, relaxed weekend getaway or an extended stay, Northam offers something for everyone.  Located on the banks of the Avon River, the Northam Visitor Centre can provide you with the means to make your visit memorable.

Northam's  Heritage:  The people of the Ballardong tribe, who are part of the Nyungar race, have inhabited the Northam area since long before European settlement.  The town of Northam was gazetted in 1836 and, in Western Australia, is second only to Fremantle for the number of historically significant buildings.

Accommodation in Northam:  Northam offers a wide range of accommodation options, including quaint bed and breakfasts, historic hotels, comfortable self-contained budget accommodation and a caravan park.

Things to do in Northam:
- Walking Tours, Trails & Guided Tours
- Public Art
- Historical Buildings & Stories
- Northam Heritage Centre Museum
- Australia's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
- Exciting community events
- Displays; Migrants, Northam's First People, Environmental & Art
- Free Wi-fi (Visitor Centre & other locations)
- AvonLink (train service) 

Dining out in Northam:  Northam offers an array of dining options, including fine dining, pub style meals, Chinese, Indian, cafes and a wide range of take-away outlets.

Northam Visitor Centre
Visit:  2 Grey St Northam WA 6401
Phone:  08 9622 2100