Cranbrook

  • Cranbrook is about an hour drive north of Albany located in the Great Southern Region, approximately 90 kilometres north of Albany and 325 kilometres south of Perth. It is also just 10 kilometres from the Stirling Range National Park and makes an excellent base for exploring this picturesque area. Wildlife is plentiful in the national park including; parrots, wedge tail eagles, kangaroos and wallabies. Cranbrook is in a rich agricultural farming area, deriving its main income from sheep, wool and grain. More recently vineyards have been established in the Frankland area. Cranbrook, also known as the Gateway to the Stirling’s,

  • Lake Poorrarecup
    Lake Poorrarecup

    Lake Poorrarecup, north of Mount Barker, is an enormous freshwater lake with sandy beaches that

  • Frederick Square
    Frederick Square

    Frederick Square is a large park in the centre of the charming town of Cranbrook

  • Sukey Hill Lookout
    Sukey Hill Lookout

    Sukey Hill Lookout offers spectacular views of the Stirling Ranges on the outskirts of Cranbrook.

  • Spring Vale Vineyard
    Spring Vale Vineyard

    Spring Vale Vineyard is a small, family-owned winery at Cranbrook, on Tasmania's East Coast. Cranbrook

  • The Hazards Vineyard - Devil's Corner
    The Hazards Vineyard - Devil's Corner

    The Hazards Vineyard provides a tasting experience while overlooking the famous 'Hazards’ of the Freycinet

  • Trevelen Farm Wines
    Trevelen Farm Wines

    Trevelen Farm Wines is the most northerly of the Great Southern Wineries. Trevelen Farm Vineyard

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