Corrigin is widely known as a ‘Town of Windmills’ due to the abundant supply of ground water. Almost every home had a windmill until 1960 when the town was supplied with scheme water.
Tour the surrounding countryside during wildflower season to see vibrant colours stretching to the horizon.
Corrigin Craft Shop - the craft shop sells local handmade crafts, ceramics, mosaics, pottery, paintings from local artists, sewing, homemade jams and pickles and pot-plants.
Corrigin Pioneer Museum - glimpse into Corrigin’s past at the Pioneer Museum, with old and restored farming machinery that tell stories of hardship and determination to build and enduring community.
Wildflowers - if you happen to be in Corrigin during the months of September and October, the Wildflower Drive is a must see! There is a vast array of beautiful and unusual wildflowers, shrubs and trees to be found in the area.
Gorge Rock - located 20km east of town, Gorge Rock is a natural rock pool. Once the local swimming hole, before the Olympic pool was constructed in town, read about its past and enjoy a walk to the top for spectacular panoramic views of the Corrigin countryside.
Scenic Lookouts - experience the perfect sunrise or sunset with panoramic views of the town and farmlands. Take a walk up Corrigin Rock, visit the ANZAC Memorial Lookout of drive out to the Scenic Lookout along the Wildflower Drive.
Parks and Playgrounds - take your pick from Adventure Playground, Miss B’s or Rotary Park to enjoy a picnic and let the kids have some fun. Each park is a short walk from the town centre, with seating, BBQs and toilet facilities.
Corrigin Dog Cemetery - visit the Corrigin Dog Cemetery, an unusual pet cemetery dedicated to man's best friend.
Accommodation includes a motel, B&B, farmstay and caravan park.
For more information about Corrigin accommodation and attractions, visit the Shire's website www.corrigin.wa.gov.au.
The Pathways to Wave Rock is a 760km self-drive trail taking you through charming Wheatbelt towns towards Wave Rock.
Wave Rock is one of Australia’s best known icons, and as you make your pilgrimage to this impressive feat of nature, you can explore the changing rural landscapes and charming farming communities of Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region.