We are situated on the Southcoast highway approximately 3 hours east of Albany, two hours west of Esperance, and 5.5 hours from Perth in the golden outback.  

Ravensthorpe is naturally occurring convenient stop-over for anyone coming off the nullabor, or traveling southeast from Perth.

Ravensthorpe is a small picturesque town with 7 eateries, two petrol stations, a museum, IGA, Pub, Post office, full-service CRC, and a host of other amenities that will make your stop productive and fun.

Staying here

Food and beverage are available in town from 5am until 8pm daily, and fuel is available 24 hours a day.

Ravensthorpe proudly boasts painted silo’s, and can be found on the silo trail map.

Ravensthorpe is home to the largest free-standing lollipop on the planet located at the Yummylicious candy shack.

Ravensthorpe is world renown for attention to detail that goes into the wildflower show, and has gained considerable recognition for the unique collection of rare and beautiful flowers that grow in this region.

What to do

The ranges can be viewed and experienced with a drive up to the lookout.

Walking trails are available for outdoor enthusiasts, and the Fitzgerald national park is only a 25-minute drive from town with some of the most pristine beaches to be found in the south coast region.

Markers along the main street in Ravensthorpe tell the story of the mining history, and seating farmed from local salmon gums, and built by local artists are strategically placed along the roadway to sit comfortably and watch the world go by.

Parking is available all the way through town, and Ravensthorpe is caravan friendly with free overnight parking, and waste facilities.

Fitzgerald Coast - An Undiscovered Wilderness

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Fitzgerald Coast


Fitzgerald Coast