Wind your way through a network of self-drive trails, explore quirky country towns and marvel at larger-than-life attractions as you head out on a Wheatbelt Weekend road trip.

Hitting the road and exploring the countryside is one of life’s simple pleasures, and the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia is an adventure just waiting to be explored. There’s an incredible network of self-drive trails to choose from starting within just 90 minutes of the city – so whether you want to spend your days hiking around rocky outcrops and camping under a blanket of stars, or if you’d prefer to discover quirky, fun and unique attractions like Wave Rock and the Giant Ram, there’s an itinerary to suit you.

Road Trips

Our top four Wheatbelt Weekend self-drive routes are ready to explore, each with its own special charm and appeal. Think incredible trails and nature reserves to explore, iconic granite outcrops, tiny museums, outback pubs and super-sized silo art.

Cosy Stays

You’re spoilt for choice for places to stay across the Wheatbelt. There are many beautiful, free bush camping spots to choose from, as well as fantastic caravan parks dotted throughout the region. If camping isn't your thing, book a couple of nights at an authentic, cosy farm stay and experience farm life first-hand.


Mather Farm

Mather Farm offers short-stay accommodation on 10 acres of farmland surrounded by sheep and wheat crops. Standard rental of the 1950s-era farmhouse…


Ironbark Farm Stay

Ironbark Farm Stay is located near Meckering approximately 135 kilometres from Perth, a fully operational farm ideally located at the gateway to…


Wildflower Haven at Lindum

This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp. Below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering.Roger and Angela run their broadacre…


Wave Rock Hotel

Wave Rock Hotel is a premium hotel accommodation located just five kilometres from the iconic Wave Rock. Relax and unwind after a day of adventure in…

Local Favourites


Walkers Hill Vineyard

Walkers Hill Vineyard is Western Australia's most inland vineyard. It is a family-owned and run boutique winery set in the farming district of the…

5 Merre Local 4

Merre Local

As local Wheatbelt grain farmers from Western Australia, the owners wanted to start eating more of the world-class food grown locally. As a result…

Forest Explorers Dumbleyung

Forest Explorers

Forest Explorers offer small group tours embracing connections with Murals, Wildflowers and Heritage Trails. Local guide Alison Melvin lives a rural…

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Road Trip Attractions

Explore the towns

One of the best things about road-tripping around the Wheatbelt is the sheer number of towns and villages you’ll see along the way. These outback towns are famous for their character and charm – something that will stay with you long after you arrive home.

There are so many quirky things to discover on your Wheatbelt Weekend. Uncover boutique wineries in the heart of the countryside, float in a secret salt pool, bush walk through fields of wildflowers and enjoy a meal at one of the Insta-worthy pubs en route.

Expect the unexpected, and revel in exploring places you might never even have heard of. From Boodalin Soak and Koorda to Kondinin and Wyalkatchem – a Wheatbelt Weekend is a trip filled with fun, discovery and adventure.