ravensthorpe attractions

Things to Do and See

Ravensthorpe is a small and friendly town, encircled by 45 kilometres of ancient low lying hills known as the Ravensthorpe Range. Ravensthorpe is an historic Gold mining town located approximately 550 kms south east of Perth, 290 Kms East of Albany and 187 kms west of Esperance, Western Australia.

The Shire of Raventhorpe boasts a wide variety of scenic and historic wonders. Green Haven Tourist Park is centrally located to a range of natural attractions that can be enjoyed throughout the year! Green Have Tourist Park lies within 20kms of a wealth of natural beauty; mountains, rivers and creeks and world heritage flora and fauna are all close by. The park itself is set in a natural bush setting, surrounded by wildlife and in seasonal wildflowers.

Ravensthorpe WA

Welcome to Ravensthorpe

Ravensthorpe Public Silo Trail

Grain Silo - Part of the Public Silo Trail

Caitlin Mine Ravensthorpe

The Historic Mt Caitlin Mine

Elverton Mine Ravensthorpe

The Historic Elverton Mine

Water Can Farm Gate Art

Farm Gate Art - Watering Can

Country High Tea - Farm Gate Art

Farm Gate Art - Country High Tea

Ravensthorpe Museum

Ravensthorpe Museum (by the Visitor Centre)

Yummylicious Candy Shack - Ravensthorpe

Yummylicious Candy Shack

Barrens Lookout

Scenic Drives and Walks

The Ravensthorpe Range has some spectacular drives, varying from 20-200Kms. A great way to discover the regions unique flora and fauna, as well as to find remanants of the regions old Gold mining history.

Walking among wildflowers found nowhere else on earth is a unique and rare adventure

Fitzgerald River National Park

The Fitzgerald River National Park makes up half of the Shire of Ravensthorpe, extending along the coastline between Hopetoun and Bremer Bay.

The Fitzgerald River National Park Biosphere Reserve offers a rich and diverse wildflower display. The wildflowers are most spectacular from August to November, when visitors from around the world flock to see them.

Fitzgerald National Park Panoramic View
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Whale Watching (Winter)

Journey to the cliffs at Point Ann (Fitzgerald River National Park), in the winter months, one of only three places in Australia where Southern Right Whales come to calve in large numbers.

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Whether you are planning a few days relaxing, exploring or just passing through, talk to us at Green Haven Tourist Park to discuss what best suits your needs.