Walla Walla is a busy agricultural and manufacturing centre that still retains its quiet country image.
Walla Walla provides many family and sporting activities such as football, cricket, netball, bowling, swimming, tennis and for those looking for something a little different, croquet.
Six kilometres north of Walla Walla is Morgan’s Lookout, an impressive white granite natural rock formation which was called “Wallan Wallan” by the local indigenous people. It is famous for having been a vantage point used by bushranger Mad Dan Morgan, who terrorised the district between 1860 and 1865. Today Morgan’s Lookout is a popular spot for a picnic or climb the stairs to a spectacular 360-degree viewing platform of the surrounding countryside.
Pop into Walla Walla and enjoy country living at its finest. Explore the coffee shops and the natural beauty that will never disappoint!