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Bruce Rock in Western Australia boasts some of the Wheatbelt region’s most impressive rock formations, including Bruce’s Rock and Kokerbin Rock. Located 240 kilometres east of Perth, it’s also home to great attractions such as Shackleton Lakes and the Ardath Hotel. The town itself has an aquatic centre for summer fun, an amphitheatre and a sculpture park to rest for a picnic lunch, making it an excellent base from which to explore the Central Wheatbelt region.
Bruce Rock attractions
- Check out the comprehensive collection of memorabilia at the Bruce Rock Museum.
- Head out to Kokerbin Rock – Australia’s third largest monolith and a great place for picnics.
- Take a picnic or barbeque to Bruce’s Rock and enjoy the nature walks.
- See stunning views of the town and surrounding farmland from the Old Railway Dam and granite outcrop.
- Catch one of the many events and concerts held throughout the year at the Federation Amphitheatre and Sculpture Park.
- Take a trip down memory lane at the Machinery Museum, which houses working farm machinery, a vintage car and a steam traction engine.
Bruce Rock Accommodation
There are a variety of Bruce Rock accommodation options for short or long staying visitors, including a caravan park, motel, hotel and bed and breakfasts.
To find out more about Bruce Rock accommodation and attractions in the region, visit the Shire of Bruce Rock website.
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