Ye Olde Quindanning Inne first poured beer in 1900 and is still pouring cold beer and serving great food today.
“A great country pub atmosphere with open fire, good food and great beer garden.”
A great place to shop for local treasures and food. Awesome Cafe with amazing New York Sandwiches. You have to try a Cuban or Philly Cheese Steak.
With a Museum on sheep farming and playground, its worth a visit!
Explore Western Australian Artists in the quaint Millbrook Gallery surrounded by beautiful Gardens.
Hotham Park & Boddington Foreshore
An awesome Adventure playground on the beautiful banks of the Hotham river including basketball courts and skate park. You can also explore the amazing steel sculptures around Boddington.
Boddington Gold Mine Tour
Mining is a significant part of the Boddington economy. You can take in the South 32 Bauxite mining operations as you drive around Boddington and drive under the longest single conveyor belt in the southern hemisphere. Or book a Gold Mine Tour, of the Boddington Gold Mine Australia's largest Gold Producer.
Jesse Martin Museum
This unique collection of memorabilia from the Williams district (and others) has been compiled by passionate local farmer, Jesse Martin. The project began in 1976, with the building of a replica inn, complete with original fittings and has grown to encompass a general store and other replica buildings, farm machinery and an extensive collection of various paraphernalia. Located on 4ha of the family farm, this private collection is available for viewing by appointment only, a donation to cancer research is asked as entry fee.
Lane Poole Reserve & Dwellingup
Over 50,000 acres of hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, bird watching, 4wding and wildflowers await you just across the road from Spookwood and runs all the way to Dwellingup which is renowned for its Mountain Bike trails, Hotham Valley Steam Railway and historic townsite.
Dryandra Woodland & Nocturnal Tours
Dryandra Woodland is located approximately 25kms north of Williams. This 22,000 hectare forest is well known for its bird and animal life including woylies, numbats, wallabies, kangaroos and possums and for its varied plants and trees. In spring the forest abounds in wild flowers.
As well as walk trails, arboretum, historical sites you can also book in for the Barna Mia Nocturnal Experience.