The Wheatbelt Way is a fascinating self-drive experience starting in Dowerin and spanning 800 kilometres with 24 interpretive sites, leading travellers on an adventurous journey through the north-east Wheatbelt.
An extensive lace collection dating back to the 1600s can be found at The Lace Place in Hyden. Take a look at the intricate detail of many handmade antique gowns and wedding dresses. Be sure to look out for the off cut from Princess Diana's wedding veil, which the collection was privileged to s...
Situated 26km north-west of Pingelly, Boyagin Rock rises 50 metres above the surrounding countryside and Boyaginis a very popular scenic area with a profusion of wildflowers in spring.
Opened in April 2012, this modern interpretive centre tells the story of WA's grain industry from the paddock to the plate. It features brilliant visual & interpretive displays
The Pathways to Wave Rock is a 760km self drive trail taking you through the Wheatbelt towards Wave Rock.
Call into the Pingelly Community Craft Centre for a chat and a cup of tea while obtaining tourist information for the area.
Visitors are welcome to tour the registered export establishment of the world's leading yabby processors. Cambinata Yabbies was established in 1991 by Michael and Mary Nenke and their six children
When visiting the town of Dumbleyung in Western Australia's southern Wheatbelt region, make sure you call into Bluebird Discovery Centre. Here visitors can learn more about the water speed record set in 1964
Kalgoorlie Boulder Racing Club plays host to the famous 'Race Round' every year in September, and is one of the richest and well known racing carnivals in the country. Be sure to visit the Racing Museum located onsite
Wave Rock Wildlife Park allows visitors to experience Australian native wildlife up close.Three hectares of natural bushland creates a beautiful haven for the native and exotic animals