Lake Grace Information Centre

Information Centre

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The Lake Grace Visitor Centre services the Shire of Lake Grace which encompasses the towns of Lake Grace, Newdegate, Lake King and Varley. The Lake Grace Stationmasters House, located on Stubbs Street in the centre of Lake Grace, was originally built in 1924 as a residence for the manager of the nearby Railway Station. Following the closure of the railway in 1987, the building fell into a state of disuse and disrepair. Western Australian Government Railways initiated transfer of ownership of the building to the Shire of Lake Grace in 2002, and the Lake Grace Development Association formed plans to convert the building into a Visitors Information Centre. Today the Visitor Centre is a hub of activity, open 5 days a week from 9am - 5pm with locals and visitors both utilising the centre to information, events and just as a fantastic setting for lunch!

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Lat: -33.100588 Lng: 118.46098

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User 2143082

The Lake Grace Story Trail ( available for free from the tourist office) is one of the loveliest tourist guides I've come across. The booklet is a love story to the town by people who are proud to call Lake Grace home. An absolute credit to all involved. Bravissimi.


Robyn Shields

Very friendly and informative staff. Totally recommend a stop and a chat with these people.


Formidable Marinade

Friendly, welcoming and very knowledgable about the region. Lake Grace seems to be a lovely little town, it has a well stocked IGA, a pub, a hardware store, several petrol stations, local arts collective, aquatic centre and a couple of cafes to choose from. Also has a FREE hot shower for weary travellers at the public loos across from the post office. For a small town it has a lot to offer. Would definitely recommend.


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