Our Towns


The Western Australian town of Beverley is situated on the edge of the wheatbelt just 130 kilometres from the capital city Perth and it is one of Western Australia's oldest towns.

Steeped in history and nostalgia, there is so much to discover in Beverley. From an award-winning Heritage Walk trail, and spectacular main street murals – to the ultimate in gliding adventure experiences. With a rich arts culture and many natural attractions to explore, there is plenty to see and do. Before heading home, enjoy a meal and a drink at one of the locals.

What's on in Beverley

Beverley Community Markets

Held first weekend of every month held in the Old School Building (next to the Shire).
There is a mix of stalls to shop from and a great opportunity to say hello to some of our talented local artisans. Further market information is published in the Beverley Bulletin and Beverley Blarney.

Beverley Station Gallery and Platform Theatre

Events run from September through to April
Beverley Station Gallery and Platform Theatre is a multi-purpose cultural precinct in the centre of town adjacent to the railway. The Platform Theatre events run from September through to April and have many different performances from Ballet, Concerts and Plays. Visit Beverley Station Arts on Facebook for more information.

Easter Art Exhibition

Held annually on Easter Weekend
Held in the Town Hall and open all long weekend over Easter, featuring local and Australia-wide artwork for sale. Visit the Beverley Art Prize & Easter Exhibition on Facebook for more information.

Beverley Agricultural Show

Held annually in August
This annual event is held on the third Saturday in August attracting more than 3,000 people to Beverley. A fun filled, family event with sideshow alley, exhibition sheds, animals, equestrian displays and fireworks. ​Visit www.beverleyagsociety.com for more information.

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