Perenjori derives from the Aboriginal word “Perangery” meaning water hole. Perenjori is surrounded by a rich wheat and sheep area and is only a short distance from mining and station country.
Perenjori is in the heart of Western Australia's wildflower country and every spring the countryside is ablaze in colour. View endless vistas of pink, yellow and white everlastings from July to October, and be in awe of the unique Wreath Leschenaultia in September and October.
Perenjori is also renowned for its wide variety of rare native spring orchids. Founded in 1916, Perenjori offers a relaxed stop-over for travellers, whether at a powered site under shady trees or a self-contained chalet at the Perenjori Caravan Park. Have a coffee at the Wheatbean café or enjoy a meal and one on the wood at the historical Perenjori hotel, established in 1919.
For more information about Perenjori visit www.perenjori.wa.gov.au