Getting here & location map
Break your journey between Perth and Albany
The Kodja Place is located at the junction of 143 Albany Highway and Broomehill Road, Kojonup, in south-west Western Australia.
The Albany Highway (Highway 95) is the direct route running south-east from Perth to Albany. From Armadale, on the outskirts of Perth, allow about 2.5 hours for the 220 km drive along the highway, or 1 hour 40 minutes for the 160 km drive from Albany. Kojonup is within a 1 to 1.5 hour drive from the Stirling Ranges, Frankland River and Bridgetown.
Car parking is available near the front of The Kodja Place, in the Information Bay beside the Albany Highway. Further parking is available on the north side of The Kodja Place; the entrance to this car park is off Broomehill Road.
Regular TransWA buses run from both Perth and Albany, and stop in Kojonup, next to The Kodja Place.
Opening times & tour availability
|The Kodja Place, including the Kodj Gallery, Storyplace, Gift Shop & Kojonup Visitor Centre||Open 7 days a week, except Christmas Day.||9am to 5pm. Guided & self-guided tours. Last entry to Gallery at 4.30pm
Browse at your leisure.
|Australian Rose Maze & Three Women’s Stories||This outdoor attraction is accessible at any time.||Browse at your leisure.|
|Jack’s Indigenous Tours at The Kodja Place||Monday to Friday, 3 tours per day. Other days and times by arrangement and additional cost.||10.00am, 11.30am & 1.30pm.
Tours run for approx. 30 minutes and best suited for groups no more than 15 persons at a time (although larger groups can be catered for).
|Black Cockatoo Cafe||Open 7 days a week:, except Christmas Day.||9am – 3pm: Monday – Friday;
8am – 3pm: Saturday, Sunday & public holidays
|Venue / Tour||Prices|
|Australian Rose Maze & Three Women’s Stories||Entry is free of charge; donations are welcome.|
|Kodj Gallery and Storyplace||Entrance Fees are as follows
Concession and children: $5.00
For groups of more than 15 please enquire firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (08) 9831 0500 (Australia) +618 9831 0500 (International)
|Jack’s Indigenous Tours at The Kodja Place||Is included with entry to the Kodj Gallery and Storyplace (see above) with tour times 10:00am, 11.30am & 1:30pm Monday to Fridays only. Other times by arrangement and additional costs.
Billy tea & damper are available on request, please enquire for cost (minimum of 8 persons and 24 hours notice).Group discounts are available for over 15 people.
Industry Only: Inbound/Wholesale operators please contact email@example.com for rates.
A wonderful setting for your special event
Weddings, concerts, cocktail events and meetings can be accommodated in the spacious and attractive settings of The Kodja Place.
A range of indoor and outdoor venues are available for hire during and after hours and on weekends:
- the Australian Rose Maze
- the courtyard and outdoor stage
- one gallery space
- two meeting rooms
Exhibitions not requiring hanging space may be suited to some of the venues.
All venues have wheelchair access, and kitchen facilities are also available.
For further information, please go to Contact us & bookings.
A warm welcome
Visitor information and assistance are available from the Kojonup Visitor Centre, located at The Kodja Place.
Visitor Centre staff and volunteers can help with enquiries about The Kodja Place, including Jacks Indigenous Tours, as well as accommodation and other places to visit in Kojonup, bus bookings, or planning your south-west tour. Free maps are available.
The Visitor Centre also runs a gift shop that offers Noongar-Indigenous art, craft, printed t-shirts and stationery, as well as greeting cards, gourmet produce, books and other Australian-made craft and goods. The shop is a partnership between the Kojonup Aboriginal Corporation and the Kojonup Visitor Centre.
Toilets facilities for Gallery visitors at The Kodja Place include disabled access and parent room.
Learn more elsewhere
- For accommodation and more things to see and do around Kojonup, browse the Kojonup Visitor Centre website.
Contact us & bookings
We’d love to hear from you
The following information will connect you with the Kojonup Visitor Centre at The Kodja Place, which is managed by the Shire of Kojonup:
- Phone: (08) 9831 0500. International callers: +61 8 9831 0500
- Email: Please use the form below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: (08) 9831 0300 or +61 8 9831 0300
- Mail: PO Box 163, Kojonup, Western Australia, 6395
- Street address: 143 Albany Highway, Kojonup
If you would like to request a booking, or you have a query or comment about The Kodja Place, please submit this form: