About Victoria Plains WA: Victoria Plains encompasses a cluster of small towns towards the North West of the Avon Valley, the most famous being the monastic township of New Norcia. It is an area renowned for its rich history, vibrant wildflower displays and thriving agriculture.
Victoria Plains Heritage: First explored by the European settlers in the late 1830's it did not take long for the area to flourish. In 1871 Victoria Plains was established as one of the State's original Road Boards created to maintain roads and bridges.
Accommodation in Victoria Plains: Victoria Plains has a small selection of accommodation options available, this includes caravan and camping facilities in Bolgart, Calingiri and Yerecoin.
Things to Do in Victoria Plains: Visit Victoria Plains in the Spring, when the wildflowers and wildlife are at their peak, and take the time to journey through our small rural townships. Discover the tracks, campsites and old wells created by Dom Salvado. Wander through Bolgart and view the Moss Rock Bell Tower and historical Model E Marshall Tractor.
Dining out in Victoria Plains: Mouthwatering lunches, coffee and other delights can be purchased from the local Cafes in Bolgart and Calingiri, they welcome every guest with good old-fashioned friendly service. Pub meals are served from the hotels and taverns in the area.
Victoria Plains Tourist Information
Phone: 08 9628 7004
Fax: 08 9628 7008
Visit: 28 Cavell St Calingiri WA 6569