The township of Beverley is located 138km southeast of the Western Australian capital city of Perth. Located on the Great Southern Highway, the town is within an easy one and a half hours' drive of Perth via Brookton Highway & Westdale Road from Perth's southern suburbs and Great Eastern & Great Southern Highways from the northern areas of the city.
Beverley's history, attractiveness and location makes it a must see for a day trip from Perth. A suggestion is to do the 'round trip' and travel to Beverley via the Brookton Highway and then travel home again through York and Mundaring. There are even a number of accommodation options for those wishing to stay a little longer.
March Bowls Carnival; Easter Open Tennis Tournament; Beverley Art Gallery Exhibition – Easter Long Weekend; Station Platform Theatre Events – October to April; Agricultural Show – August; Open Teams Golf Championships - September; Rose Show – October; Gliding; Motorcross; Rifle Shooting; Horse riding.
Moort Wabiny Park (Family Play) featuring Skatepark, Nature Play and Pump Track; Dead Finish Museum; County Peak; Beverley Station Gallery and Platform Theatre; Caravan Park; Historic Buildings – Old Court House; Town Hall and Police Quarters; Riverside Park; and Yenyening Lakes.
Sheep; cattle; cereals; boom spray fabrication; metal fabrication; olive farming; sandalwood.