Art in Western Australia’s Golden Outback can even be found in the most remote outback locations. Travelling through the region, you’ll encounter everything from contemporary works by local artisans to traditional Indigenous art and crafts.
Why not take a piece of the outback home with you? Check out the list of galleries and craft centres below to find art in Western Australia’s Golden Outback.
The Merredin Heritage Walk is a 2km walk/cycle trail around Merredin’s CBD looking at heritage buildings, including Cummins Theatre, Merredin Courthouse, Town Hall and much more.
This heritage listed theatre on Bates Street has been a proud fixture in Merredin's cultural history since it was relocated from Coolgardie in 1927.
A must see, full size replica of the original Stonehenge in the UK, as it would have looked around 1950BC. Esperance Stonehenge is situated 10 minutes drive from Esperance townsite, enroute to Cape Le Grand
The Goldfields Arts Centre is the premier and central cog of the Goldfields cultural and arts landscape. The Arts Centre boasts a 700 seat theatre with fully licensed bar facilities
A visit to the town of Boulder provides you with an opportunity to visit the Miners Monument located in the centre of the town.
The Laverton Outback Gallery is a not for profit organisation established to display, promote and sell authentic Aboriginal art on behalf of the people of the Laverton and Western Desert area.
Warakurna Artists Yurliya Gallery offers visitors a unique introduction and experience of art and culture in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands.
If you enjoy checking out all things `big' you must visit the Giant Ram Tourist Park in Wagin. The Big Ram (also known as the Giant Ram) is the second largest in the southern hemisphere.
See 51 sculptures by world renowned artist Antony Gormley at one of Western Australia's most unusual and remote cultural attractions - Inside Australia at Lake Ballard near Menzies
The Council Office Mosaic in Merredin is a beautiful mosaic artwork which was designed by local artist Ann Sutherland. The design was selected to represent the Wheatbelt as part of the prominent water feature which is displayed adjacent to the Bell Tower in the centre of Perth.