Situated on the Great Southern Highway, Cuballing is two and a half hours' drive southeast of Perth. The town has many lovely buildings dating from the early 1900s including the newly restored Cuballing Tavern, Post Office and Agricultural Hall.

Take a picnic lunch to Yornaning Dam and watch for the waterbirds that inhabit the dam or take a stroll along the natural trails that meander through the bushland. Or take a day trip to Dryandra Woodland, the largest remaining woodland area in the Wheatbelt. Dryandra is a great place for walking, camping and seeing wildlife.

Cuballing accommodation

Visitors can stay in hotel accommodation, self contained units and a caravan park whilst in Cuballing.

For more information about Cuballing, visit the Shire of Cuballing website

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