What to See

There is a lot to see in the Shire of Cranbrook.  From beautiful agricultural lands, native bush and wildlife, great views and history to outstanding wineries.  

Sukey Hill Lookout

Located 5km east of the townsite, off the Salt River Road. Take advantage of the view to the salt lakes to the north and east, farmlands to the west and panoramic view of the Stirling Range to the South.  The area is abundant in wildflowers in spring.

Cranbrook Museum

The museum was once the station Masters House. Built around 1889 it is the oldest house still standing in town and is located in Gathorne St. It is the home to local memorabilia. It is listed on the Shire of Cranbrook’s Heritage Inventory. The Fettlers Hut, together with the laundry and toilet was added in the 1970’s. Contact Bernie on 0407 261 123 for an appointment to look around.

27 Mile Dam

Located on the Frankland Cranbrook road, just a short distance from Frankland River, the 27 Mile Dam is a historical site, well signed, explaining the historic importance of these stock watering dams.  Drovers travelling between Cranbrook and Frankland River stopped at these watering sites whilst droving livestock to market.

Frankland River Wine Experience.

For more detail on the wineries in the Frankland River area please go to www.franklandriverregion.com.au

Alkoomi Winery

Alkoomi welcomes visitors every day of the year except Christmas & Boxing days, Good Friday and the morning of Anzac Day (25th April each year). The cellar door is open from 10am - 5pm daily. Visitors welcome. Picnic Facilities, Chalets & Function Room Hire. 10.00am – 5.00pm Daily  Wingebellup Road, Frankland River.

Contact 9855 2229    (E) info@alkoomiwines.com.au www.alkoomiwines.com.au

Bobtail Ridge Winery

Located in Frankland River the Bobtail Ridge Winery is open daily from 10am - 4pm Ph 9856 6289.

Ferngrove

Ferngrove is located in Frankland River. They open for tastings daily from Monday to  Saturday 10am - 4pm. On public holidays or special occasions please contact them directly for opening hours on 9855 2378.

Frankland Estate Winery

Frankland Estate is a family owned and operated winery located 13km to the south of Frankland River town site. Frankland

Estate have built global recognition for its Riesling. The winery cellar door is open weekdays 10am to 4pm or by appointment.

Frankland Road, Frankland. (PH) 9855 1544, (FAX) 9855 1549.

(E) info@franklandestate.com.au     www.franklandestate.com.au

Trevelen Farm

A rich family history in the production of fine wine began in 1851 in the Adelaide Hills at Happy Valley in South Australia. This tradition is carried on by the Sprigg family at

Trevelen Farm. Our cellar door overlooks rolling farm land across to the magnificent Stirling Ranges. The Trevelen Farm vineyard was established as an extension to the broad acre farm in 1993, starting one of the most northerly vineyards/wine labels in the Great Southern Wine Region. Our signature Dry Riesling  and Cabernet Sauvignon  support our range of wines that include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Sweet Riesling, Merlot  and Shiraz. From our very first vintages, all our wines have received critical acclaim.   We export to Japan , U.S.A  and China and have representation in Perth , Sydney , Melbourne and Brisbane . Available in excellent restaurants including the Opera Bar at the Sydney Opera House and Print Hall in Perth to name just two.

5 Star rated by James Halliday , the legendary wine judge and author.

506 Weir Rd, Cranbrook. (off Albany Highway , 50 kms south of Kojonup and 50 Kms north of Mount Barker). (PH) 9826 1052, (FAX) 9826 1209. (E) info@trevelenfarm.com.au www.trevelenfarmwines.com.au  

**Cellar Door open by appointment .