Boyanup is a town on the South Western Highway in the South West agricultural region and extends over an area of 70.596 square kilometres. It is within the local government area of Capel and approximately 195 kilometres south of Perth and 18 kilometres south-east of Bunbury. The journey from Perth takes two hours, travelling south on the Forrest Highway. Whilst the drive from Bunbury is an easy 30-minutes.

Boyanup is a thriving and picturesque country town, whether you are interested in vintage trains and farm machinery, sampling local fresh produce or purchasing local arts and crafts, Boyanup has it all.  

The town is located on the Preston River where locals can enjoy family picnics and leisurely strolls along the riverbank to discover its abundant flora and fauna.

Boyanup provides many opportunities to savour fresh seasonal fruits and produce direct from the farm. Every fourth Sunday of the month residents are treated to a feast of farm-fresh produce at the Boyanup and Districts Farmers Market. There is also plenty of art and craft on display as well as galleries.

The Boyanup General Store & Newsagency provides all the daily essentials, with Dalyellup and Preston Village Shopping Centres, only a 10 to 15-minute drive away. For dining out, locals enjoy the Bull and Bush Tavern which is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and also open on public holidays.

The population of Boyanup is estimated to be 1,304. Of the families in Boyanup 53% were couple families without children, 33.2% were couple families with children and 9.9% were on parent families.

Annual growth of the suburb is sitting at 14.5%. Based on settled sales as of 7 November 2022, the median land price in the suburb is $265,000 (

As of 10 November 2022, there are 3 land lots available in Boyanup with approximately 147 lots available in nearby suburbs (

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