Beverley Visitor Centre

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The Beverley Visitor Centre is located in the heart of town. The Visitor Centre stocks an array of Beverley momentoes, gifts, fresh coffee beans and many locally-made products.

There is a wonderful interactive aeronautical exhibit, complete with a 1:5 scale model, exact replica of the silver centenary plane built in Beverley. The Silver Centenary is a biplane which was built in Beverley between 1929 and 1930 by a local named Selby Ford.

The friendly Beverley Visitor Centre staff will help you discover all the wonderful things Beverley and it’s surrounds has to offer. Whether you enjoy life at a slower pace or you like to live on the edge, Beverley will have something for you to enjoy. If you are a nature lover, grab your camera and head out to Yenyening Lakes or take a hike up County Peak for panoramic views of the great region. Or if you want take a step back in time, visit the Dead Finish Museum, Avondale Agricultural Museum and Fergusons Vintage Collection to see what life was like for Beverley pioneers.


Carpark Coach Parking RV Parking Shop / Gift Shop

Internet Access

Paid Wifi


Birdwatching Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Cycling Four Wheel Driving Hiking Horse Riding Mountain Biking Scenic Drives Swimming Walks

Disabled Assistance

Wheelchair access


Australian Tourism Accreditation

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