Tourism in the Harvey Region
The Harvey Region’s visitor economy is centred on connecting people with the food bowl of Australia’s South West – combining enviable beaches, rich coastal plains and the rugged undulating forest of the Darling Scarp.
Here, you can indulge in unforgettable food and drink experiences, explore vast untouched coastlines and forests with awe-inspiring views, and immerse yourself in a vibrant arts community and rich cultural heritage.
By 2031, Tourism in the Harvey Region will be a key driver of the social, cultural and economic life of the Harvey Region, and significantly contribute to an even better lifestyle for our community.
An industry-led Harvey Region Tourism Advisory Group (TAG) has been established to provide advice to the Shire of Harvey’s Destination Harvey Region business unit. Its role is to establish Tourism as front-of-mind within the Shire of Harvey and the Harvey Region and provide the Shire with a crucial connection to industry and the community.