Western Australia
Kojonup is located 256 km south-east of Perth, on the Albany Highway at an elevation of 305 metres above sea level.

The area has a population of about 2,200. Services available within the town, include a hotel, accommodation, cafes, a library, a caravan park, and an RAC qualified branch. Available sporting facilities include a golf club with 18 holes, a skate park, a 50 metre outdoor swimming pool, a football oval and hockey oval.

Other facilities located within the area include the Kodja Place and its rose maze which show the town's history in a fun family way. Also, available are squash and tennis courts, playing fields, lawn bowls and a number of horse-riding and equestrian activities

The Kojonup Show takes place in mid October each year at the showgrounds located off Blackwood Road. The show has been organised and operated for over 100 years by the Kojonup P & A Society. Visit the Kojonup Show website.

The largest protected area of wandoo woodlands in the region, the Kojonup Reserve demonstrates what this country was like before the destructive policies of the 1960s, when a million acres of WA bushland a year was burned, buried and bulldozed for broad-acre farming.

Nearby schools
Kojonup District High School
St Bernard's Catholic Primary School

Nearby places
Katanning  Boyup Brook  Cranbrook  Broomehill

Connections to the National Broadband Network are due to be available in Kojonup after December 2014. Learn more.

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