Just 132km north-east of Perth along the Pioneers Pathway drive trail, Goomalling is a delightful rural settlement and amongst the first established in WA.
Enveloped by seemingly endless open countryside, the town had its beginning in the 1890s, springing up from beside the train line which was used to ferry miners through to the goldrush towns further north. Giant wheat domes provide a striking landmark in Goomalling, while art & crafts, country markets, and a colourful history add to the rural feel.
A trip to the School House Museum, Heritage Town Walk, and Old Railway Station will transport visitors back in time, as will Slater Homestead.
For more information about Goomaling, visit the local Shire website at www.visitgoomalling.com.au