Southern Wheatbelt

The Southern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia’s Golden Outback is renowned for its gentle rolling pastures, shimmering salt lakes, friendly rural wineries and carpets of spring wildflowers. It’s also where you’ll find the Giant Ram of Wagin, and the native wildlife sanctuary of Barna Mia and Dryandra Woodland near Narrogin.

Check out the list of towns below and discover the delights that await you in the Southern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia’s Golden Outback.

Cuballing

Shire of Cuballing

Cuballing is a 2 hours' drive south east of Perth, situated in the Southern Wheatbelt region in Western Australia’s Golden Outback. View more



Dumbleyung

Lake Dumbelyung

Dumbleyung is a  friendly farm community found in the Southern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia's Golden Outback. View more

 

 

Kukerin

Cambinata Extravaganza, Kukerin

The town of Kukerin, located in the Southern Wheatbelt, is renowned for hosting the annual fine dining experience, the Cambinyata Yabbies Extravaganza. View more

 

Lake Grace and Newdegate

Restored Station Masters House Lake Grace

Lake Grace and Newdegate are situated in the Southern Wheatbelt, surrounded by open rolling farmland and vast salt lakes. In spring, this is also one of the Western Australian Wheatbelt’s wildflower hotspots. View more

Lake King and Varley

Lake King

Lake King and Varley are small friendly communities on the edge of the Western Australian Wheatbelt’s sheep and wheat farming country – it’s a popular spot for gold fossicking, nature trails and wildflower viewing. View more

Narrogin

Narrogin Town Hall

The town of Narrogin is a great base for exploring
the nearby Dryandra Woodland and the many
attractions of the Western Australian Wheatbelt.
Check out the many Narrogin accommodation
options and local attractions. View more

 
Pingelly

shire of pingelly

Pingelly is located a two hours' drive south east of Perth in the Southern Wheatbelt region in Western Australia’s Golden Outback View more


Wagin

Wagin

Wagin is an inland town about three hours' drive southeast of Perth – this is the home of the Giant Ram and the Wagin Woolorama, Western Australia's largest agricultural show, held annually in early March. View more

West Arthur

West Arthur is located in the Southern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia’s Golden Outback, just two and a half hours’ drive south east of Perth. View more



Wickepin

Albert Facey Homestead- Wickepin are located in the Southern Wheatbelt region
of Western Australia’s Golden Outback, just two
and a half hours’ drive south east of Perth. View more


 

Williams

williams

The Williams region was first explored in 1831 by Captain Bannister, en route from Perth to King George III Sound (Albany), and today this friendly farming town is noted for its magnificent display of roses. View more

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