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|Australind, one of the fastest growing towns within the Harvey Shire, boasts many heritage buildings, reminiscent of the pioneers that settled the town in the mid-1800s. North-east of Bunbury and bordered by the Collie River and Leschenault Inlet, the town is a popular destination for fishing, boating, sailing, windsurfing, crabbing and prawning.
Take a jetty walk and see the local flora and fauna or visit the local Leschenault Waterway Discover Centre to learn about the estuary environment.
Peninsula Conservation Park offers numerous photo opportunities of native wildlife and magnificent sunsets.
The Park's picnic and camping areas are depicted in the information bay near the Park entrance.
In addition to lovely picnic areas, the town's facilities include playgrounds for children and a shopping centre.
Henton Cottage, situated on the corner of Old Coast Road and Paris Road was built in 1841. Initially the Prince of Wales Hotel, the Cottage now houses an Art and Craft Gallery, Cottage Fairies and Tourist Information.
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