Our State on a Plate focuses on quality WA produce and how it is sourced, cooked and served in local eateries around WA.
In partnership with Our State on a Plate, we hit the road to meet some of our business customers and primary producers to learn more about our homegrown goodness and how best to enjoy it.
Local’s exploring more gems in WA’s regional and remote areas
More West Aussies are travelling around WA and ‘rediscovering’ favourite or new destinations.
This means there’s increased visitation to the smaller, remote communities and townships in the Wheatbelt from locals who would normally pass by on the way to another destination, or who are looking for day trips or short overnight getaways, away from the busier tourist destinations.
WA’s remote and regional activities and attractions are becoming more visible online and through social media as ‘things to see and do’ for all West Aussies, so it’s a great time to explore more of WA and appreciate a rest stop or a convenient and enjoyable spot to stop for a catch-up with friends and family.
A trip down history lane to Quindanning
Quindanning Hotel (previously known as Tavern), has been entertaining and dishing up ‘pub grub’ to locals for about 120 years. It is one of the most easily recognisable historic buildings in the Shire of Williams, and one that is still very much in use today.
Quindanning is 150km from Perth or just under two hours drive south east via Albany Highway and the Pinjarra-Williams road.
Destinations such as Quindanning have always been popular based on the combination of; distance from Perth, historical interests, unique architecture and affordable meals and accommodation, Wheatbelt scenery, surrounding attractions and regular events that are held at the Hotel.
The Hotel boasts a fully licensed restaurant, accommodation with bed and breakfast options, a traditional country dining room, a pool room adjoining the bar, and a Chesterfield Guest Lounge, all styled in unique old-world charm.
Whether it’s in the Perth metro area or across regional WA – there’s never been a better chance to get behind the local businesses who also call WA home.
Opening hours and how to get to Quindanning Hotel
Quindanning Hotel is open for lunch daily, between 11.30am and 2.30pm, and evening meals are from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
Quindanning Hotel is located at 9197 Pinjarra-Williams Road, near Quindanning, 150km’s or two hours south-east of Perth. Head south via the Albany Highway before turning onto the Pinjarra-Williams Road for the most efficient route. Or travel north-east from Collie for 50km’s.
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