The heritage wheatbelt town of Beverley is the first Wheatbelt town east of Perth on the Pathway to Wave rock route. Located along the Avon River only 130km east of Perth it is the perfect day or overnight trip. Rich in history, the town was founded in 1838 making it one of WA’s oldest settlements. There is plenty to do and see for the whole family from arts, nature, history, agriculture and much more!
Beverley offers a variety of accommodation options to enjoy including hotels, bed and breakfasts, farm stays and self-contained accommodation and a caravan park.
There is a 48-hour free RV camping area across the road from the Avon River making for a beautiful stop. The location is a short walk to the main street and just around the corner from the gorgeous Brooking Street Reserve. The dump point for vehicles is located off Hunt Road behind the Caravan Park.