The Wheatbelt Way is a self-drive trip touring through the Northern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia and it’s a fantastic way to experience the area’s natural attractions. The drive starts in Dowerin, and spans 800kms through Westonia, Koorda, and all towns in-between! You can soak up the countryside and learn about the history and heritage of the Wheatbelt. The main attractions along the road trip have interpretive signage so you can find out more about each of the locations.
The road trip is a campers dream; with 12 free campsites along the way, there are so many places to stay the night and marvel at the star-filled skies! Wildflower season blooms throughout the region later in the year (August – November), which makes this a popular time to visit as the roadsides burst into colour. And how could we forget the sunrises and sunsets? Guaranteed to be some of the best you’ve ever seen!
The area boasts a rich and extensive history with charming and friendly people, all located in a diverse and truly Australian landscape. Check out this clip from Carr and Drone and start planning your Wheatbelt Way Autumn getaway.