Named after John Septimus Roe, Surveyor General, who led an expedition eastwards from York in October 1936.
A scenic drive takes you to the peak of this granite formation with magnificent panoramic views of the district. Bask in the pleasant surrounds and settle back for a picnic lunch lunch before enjoying a walk around the summit. Enjoy the extensive views of the districts farmland from the highest point in the district – a photographer’s delight!
Roe Lookout is just an 8kms drive west of the delightful town of Narembeen and a three and a half hour drive east of Perth. The Central Wheatbelt town of Narembeen was established in the early 1900s and tells its charming story through several museums.