The drawcard for the locality of Quindanning is most certainly the Elizabethan styled heritage listed Ye Olde Quindanning Inne. The hotel is one of the most easily recognisable historic buildings in the district, where for more than 100 years, travellers and locals have been visiting. Today the hotel hosts concerts and functions, serves hearty pub meals and ales and accommodates travellers in its bygone era rooms. With its generous use of Jarrah panelling, open wood fires (during winter), quiet location, sprawling gardens and long verandahs. Next to the hotel is St Boniface historic stone church. During the town's history, Quindanning has had a general store, post office, hairdresser and café. Currently, the town has a hotel, church, community hall and a racecourse. The racecourse is used for the annual Quindanning Picnic Race Day, held every Easter Saturday. The road from Quindanning to Boddington is arguably the most scenic within Marradong Country as it meanders along the valley with rolling hills passing pioneer gravesites and St Alban’s historic church.