Dandaragan is the centre for a thriving rural community, one hundred and fifty four kilometres or one and three quarter hours drive north of Perth.
The district boasts lush pastures and golden crops produced by the excellent farming lands. The characteristic red gum and white gum trees and a spectacular array of spring wildflowers also complement the area.
Travelling through Dandaragan highlights the diverse farming of the area, ranging from wildflower farming, olives, and citrus to viticulture and many other forms of alternative agriculture. The scenic drive from Regans Ford to Badgingarra or to the Brand Highway via Waddi Bush Resort also presents many opportunities to view historic buildings amidst a majestic landscape, permanently flowing creeks and a mass of white cockatoos (corellas).
Visit the local buildings of St Anne's Church and Aggie's Cottage. Popular tourist attractions include Dandaragan Catholic Cemetery, Yandin Lookout, marron farms, wildflower farms, a pioneer theme park and a number of sporting facilities.
Visitors can dine at nearby roadhouses or the Community Recreation Club on most Friday nights. There is a very popular Pioneer Transit Caravan Park in the town, multiple style accommodation and cafeteria in Redgum Village, farmstay or motel accommodation at nearby Cataby.
Contact the Pinnacles Visitor Centre on 1800 610 660 for further information.