Boddington Community Resource Centre

Boddington Western Australia


Boddington is a town and shire in the Peel region of Western Australia. Located a mere 123kms south of Perth metropolitan area, 100kms east from Mandurah on the coast and 81kms west of Narrogin. Boddington is a great place to be. It's a rural township with a strong community base, with a diverse range of community groups.


The town owns its name to an early settler, Henry Boddington, who was a shepherd in the 1860s and leased land in the area in 1875, later moving to Wagin. His name became associated with a pool in the Hotham River at which he frequently camped with his sheep.


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What's on in Boddington?


There is always something happening in Boddington. Whether it’s the famous Boddington Rodeo, the exciting MRF Tyres Boddington Car Rally, or one of our many local open days or festivals, you will always find plenty to make your trip worthwhile.

If you’re not into adventure sports or bush walking, perhaps you might like to visit during the Bush Flower Season, or just come and stay in a cosy bed and breakfast and hibernate next to a log fire for the winter.

So come on, check out what is happening throughout the year on the Boddington Events Calendar.






Mar072021Boddington ReunionSun 7th Mar, 9am - 4pm
Mar082021International Women's DayMon 8th Mar, 6 - 8.30pm
Mar172021Bendigo BankWed 17th Mar, 10.30am - 4pm
Mar192021Ovis Community OutreachFri 19th Mar, 9.30am - 2.30pm
Mar252021Hotham Park Official OpeningThu 25th Mar, 10am - 3pm
Mar262021Cyber Safety WorkshopFri 26th Mar, 6 - 8pm
Mar272021Wandering Long Table LunchSat 27th Mar, 12.30 - 5.30pm
Mar272021CMCA Movie NightSat 27th Mar, 6 - 8.30pm
Apr072021Peel Business AdvisoryWed 7th Apr, 5 - 7.30pm
Apr172021Boddington Medieval Fayre and FeastSat 17th Apr, 10 - 11am
Contact Address

Boddington CRC

20 Bannister Road 

(Cnr Bannister Rd & Wuraming Ave)
Phone: 08 9883 8246
Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm

Our Supporters

The BoddingtonWA Community website project is managed by the Boddington Community Resource Centre  and was made possible with funding assistance from the Peel Development Commission through the State Government’s Royalties for Regions Community Chest Fund.