Dog lovers will be touched by the emotional tribute to man's best friend at the Corrigin Dog Cemetery.
Stroll around the cemetery and read the 200 or so inscriptions on gravestones from pet owners who have laid their dogs to rest. Established in 1974, the cemetery is unique to Corrigin and is landmarked by a large dog statue with can be seen while driving along the Brookton Highway.
Whilst in the area, be sure to visit the Pioneer Museum to see how the pioneers lived at the turn of the 20th century. Allow some time to examine the memorial wall at the entrance of the museum which contains the names of all Corrigin's pioneers.
If your visit to the Wheatbelt town is during the months of September and October, you will be rewarded with a spectacular display of wildflowers on display.
Located 5km west of town on the Brookton Highway, the Cemetery is landmarked by a statue of a large dog. Any person is welcome to bury their dog at the cemetery, although contact with the Shire office must be made first.
Call the office on (08) 9063 2203 during business hours.