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In the heart of the Wheatbelt, Kellerberrin inspires wildflower enthusiasts with flora-filled woodlands and heaths, photographers with curious rock formations, history buffs with agricultural heritage and visiting international artists with a taste of true Australian rural life.

A two and a half hour drive east of Perth along the Great Eastern Highway brings you to Kellerberin. It's one of the first must-stops along the 650 kilometre Golden Pipeline HeritageTrail, following the path and story of this feat of engineering, which has supplied water to the Goldfields for over a century.

If you're travelling between August and November, be sure to take the Trayning/Bencubbin Road to Durokoppin Reserve where woodlands and heath put on displays of wildflowers, from wattle to grevillea.

To get a good view of the surrounding countryside, you have plenty of vantage points to choose from. Head for nearby Kellerberrin Hill and the Golden Pipeline Lookout. Take a picnic to the dramatic granite outcrops of Mount Stirling and Mount Caroline. Or scale Western Australia's third largest monocline - Kokerbin Rock, where the road leads you to the summit and an array of rock formations, including mini Wave Rock, Dog Rock and Devils Marbles.

The best way to take in the treasures of the town is to follow the Kellerberrin Heritage Trail passing fine examples of 19th and early 20th century architecture, including the post office, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Massingham House and the fire station. Entering Pioneer Park, a collection of old farming implements and machinery create an interesting backdrop for the Folk Museum, where you can view local memorabilia in the town's original agricultural hall.

Heading back to the main street, be sure to call in at the International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia (IASKA). This unique contemporary art gallery invites international artists to immerse themselves in Australian rural life and create original artworks based on their experiences. Much of the work created and displayed here proceeds to grace the walls of larger venues throughout Australia and overseas.

To stay and find your own inspiration in Kellerberrin, choose from the motel, motor hotel, hostel or caravan park.


Kellerberrin: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Hunts Well

Hunts Well is a historical site located a few kilometres south of Tammin. It was once used as a watering point for prospectors and others en route to the Goldfields. It is worth stopping to see this important part of the state's history whilst out viewing the regions wildflowers.

The well is named after explorer Charles Cooke Hunt (1833 to 1868) who passed by the area a number of times on his explorations out from York. Wells and dams such as Hunts Well can be found intermittently along the routes he travelled. Most of the wells have fallen into disrepair. However, Hunts Well and nearby Tammin Tank have been restored by the local community to reflect their original appearance.

It is a pleasant spot to stop for a picnic utilising the tables provided. Tammin is a three hour drive north east of Perth.

Goldfields Road
Tammin, WA, 6409

Located 24.4K from Kellerberrin

Kellerberrin: Events

Woodstock Country Muster

Live At the Hay Shed and Australian Bushmen's Campdraft and Rodeo Assocation (ABCRA) in association with The Shire Of Kellerberrin presents the Woodstock Country Muster with a bigger and better Full Points Rodeo.

Ticket costs will include camping on the Saturday night. Children under four years of age will be free. Camping will also be available on Friday night.

There will be live country music, Sadle Bronc (R1), Bare Back (R2), Bullride (R3), Steer Wrestling (R5), Rope and Tie (R6), Team Roping (R9), Ladies Barrel (G4), Novice Bull Ride (N3), Novice Barrel Race (N8), Steer Undecorating (G2), Breakaway Roping (G3), Junior Barrel under 11 (J1), Junior Barrel 11 to under 14 (J2), Juvenile Barrel 14 to under 18 (J4), Junior Breakaway Roping (J3), Junior Steer 8 to under 11 (S1), Junior Steer Ride 11 to under 14 (S2), Juvenile Steer Ride 14 to under 18 (S3), Ute Muster, 4x4 challenge, working horse display, market stalls, sideshow alley and a licensed bar.

Competitors to register through the ABCRA website.

Woolundra North Road
Doodlakine, WA, 6411

Located 9.3K from Kellerberrin

Inseminators B and S Ball and Ute Muster

It's on again, the biggest and Best BnS Western Australia has to offer, with the usual games and music As always there will be a few surprises to keep you all on your toes.

This is how it stands. The normal rules will apply! Don't be silly and you won't have a problem.

The road opens 10am with the usual ticket situation, limited BYO applies to the camp grounds and outer area.

The days events will consist of the normal cut up pit, (so prep your banger), games, music plus a burnout competition.

At 7pm the main stage will open, this is a licensed area (no byo inside the main area only). They look forward to seeing what surprises Peter has in store for everyone.

They need to say a huge 'thank you' to the local police for helping with this. They have thrown their full support behind this event, and they can be assured that efforts will be towards a fun and safe event for all.

No glass. No fires. No dogs, No aggression.

Tickets available.

Event Dates
      6th Oct
      13th Oct
      20th Oct

Woolundra North Road
Doodlakine, WA, 6411

Located 9.3K from Kellerberrin

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