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Perenjori Things to Do

  • Wreath Flower

    The Leschenaultia Wreath Flower is a very rare plant that only grows in gravel. It is a beautiful plant that people must see!

  • Monsignor John Hawes' Church

    Church of St Joseph.The Church was built by Monsignor John Hawes in 1937. He was working on two other plans for other parish churches, supervising construction of Northampton's St Mary in Ara Coeli and travelling long distances on horseback as an active parish priest.The sign outside the Church, explains its history and its interest.His style and...

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Perenjori Restaurants

  • Great News & Takeaway/Cafe!

    Lynne & Stuart's is the Local Cafe/Newsagency Takeaway. They have a beaut Lasagne & Quiche. They have great fish & chips also.

  • Fresh Bread & Rolls

    Nellie's has only just opened - but being in a town of approximately 200 people, it is a nice change to be able to go somewhere to buy fresh bread and to have nice meals and cakes. The Quiche was lovely. They also have Lasagne, Pizza, Pies & Pasties.The cakes are lovely too.

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Perenjori Warnings and Dangers

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    by poss058 Written Oct 4, 2002

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    During spring and summer, many reptilian creatures will come out of hiding to bask in the sunlight causing concern and potential risks to unsuspecting people and their pets. During this time you should take precautions and be aware of your surroundings in order to minimise the chance of dangerous encounters with any snakes.

    They are an integral part of the natural environment and play an important role in wildlife ecosystems.

    The most commonly encountered dangerously venomous snakes in the metropolitan area are dugites and tiger snakes. Tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus) are most common in vegetation around wetland areas. They are also often seen throughout the year sunning themselves in open areas and may be found well away from water.

    Dugites (Pseudonaja affinis) are most commonly found in the drier bushland areas around Perth, especially grasslands. They are fast-moving snakes that are attracted to aviaries and other locations where mice can be found.

    Both species hunt small mammals, frogs and lizards, and though they are active in the day, they are also active at night in warm weather.

    Precautions you should take

    Be aware and take care in bushland and grassy areas;
    walk and/or cycle on cleared areas only, where the ground can be seen;
    when out bushwalking, it is advisable to wear long trousers and boots or other enclosed footwear that preferably cover the ankles;
    Keep a watchful eye on the ground about a metre ahead of where you are walking and avoid entering areas of long grass, rushes and undergrowth;

    Learn the correct treatment for snakebite.

    What to do if you find a snake

    If you encounter a snake it is important not to approach or aggravate it in any way. Most snakebites occur when people accidentally step on them, or when they are attempting to kill them. As the warmer days of spring approach, snakes become more active and noticeable as they leave their winter retreats in search of a mate and food.


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Perenjori Off The Beaten Path

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    by poss058 Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Pack a picnic hamper and head for Coalseam National Park, where the landscape is a blanket of yellow, pink and white everlastings. Enjoy the views from the lookout of the walking trails.

    There’s a dry riverbed through the reserve and if you’re a bit of a rock hound it’s a paradise for pottering through specimens. Follow nature’s sculpture-work as the bed winds through gorges and cliffs.

    See the limestone cliffs of the gorges up close, there are fossilised remains embedded in the rock.

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    • Eco-Tourism

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Perenjori Favorites

  • Perenjori Hotel

    The Perenjori Pub is located down the road on the next corner from the Information Centre. There's only one main street in Perenjori so you can't miss it lol.We didn't venture in because it was closed. So remember if you are in town on a Sunday, the pub doesn't open until 4pm......gee and we were so thirsty too! :o)Link to Travelogues

  • Who's the artist?

    I wonder who the artist is? Across the way from the Information Centre was the most awesome painting on the side of a building....pitty the wheelie bin got in the road haha. And the other painting here was done on a school building. There was another one that I cranned my neck to take a pic of as hubby wizzed by in the car, but unfortunately I...

  • Plenty of Cockies in Three Springs

    The bike wasn't the only interesting thing at this junction. In the tree were a bunch of loud cockies making a dreadful racket :o) So the area is not only flower country but cockie country too. Check out my cockie video.


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