Hotham Way Drive Trail

The Hotham Way links Pinjarra and Pingelly via Dwellingup, Boddington and Wandering and was created to draw tourists and travellers away from the coastal run into the largely unexplored eastern part of the Upper Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is a highly interesting landscape with undulating scenery through bush, farmland and timberland. Commercial interests such as wineries, olive growers and arts and crafts people, farm stays and other tourist attractions are visible along the Way. Many nature reserves, old camping grounds and conservation areas such as Dryandra can be seen and experienced. The local indigenous people are represented through their icons, the Frog from Pingelly and the Snake from Pinjarra in the artwork on the signage etc.

Hotham Way Trail Brochure - Part 1

Hotham Way Trail Brochure - Park 2