The Broomehill Wine Region includes the area in the Great Southern Wine Region north of Cranbrook, and includes wineries near Kojonup, Katanning, Broomehill, Tambellup and Cranbrook. Broomehill is a delightful place to visit with many interesting sites to see and there is self-guided walking tour through the village and you can also join a guided tour. For the more adventurous you can follow the historic Holland Track to an old gold mining area. You can get a map from the Broomehill Shire. Best times to walk along the track re during autumn and, especially during spring when the wildflowers are in bloom. The local Museum contains a delightful collection of interesting machinery, historic items and memorabilia in well-organised displays. The town of Broomehill was established when the Great
Southern Railway was completed in 1889. The railway runs from Beverley to Albany.
The Broom Hill economy is based on sheep and wheat farming although recently
local farmers have diversified into grape growing, wineries and aquaculture
based on intensive Barramundi farming.
The town is located 302 km southeast of Perth on the Great Southern Highway
and is 20 km south of Katanning.
The Great Southern Wine Region includes eleven districts : Albany ; Denmark ; Frankland River ; Cranbrook ; Mount Barker ; Porongurup ; Walpole ; Broome Hill ; Borden ; Redmont ; Mount Barker West
Wadjekanup River, WA 898 Flat Rocks Road, Broomehill WA 6318
Wadjekanup River Estate vineyard is located in the upper reaches of the Frankland River, 28kms South West of Broomehill and 35kms South East of Kojonup on the Flat Rocks Rd. It is located in the Great Southern Region, about 320kms South East of Perth. It is owned and operated by the Witham family as part of a diverse farming operation including wool, cattle, prime lambs, grain and yabbies. Wadjeka...