A self-drive trip through the fascinating Northern Wheatbelt. An area that boasts a rich and extensive history, charming and friendly people, and all located in a diverse and truly Australian landscape.
Along the way you’ll take in stunning natural surrounds, sites of historical significance, and the laid-back country atmosphere of the Wheatbelt.
Stay at any of the campsites along the trail if you are up for some family camping or glamping! If not head to any of the well maintained caravan parks located in the towns across the trail or stop the night in one of our friendly Wheatbelt B&B’s, Hotels and Motels.
Download the Wheatbelt Way trail map. To obtain your free trail guide that will allow you to travel the Wheatbelt Way and immerse yourself this stunning area, go to Trail Guides, or alternatively, contact your local Wheatbelt Way Visitors Centre.
This tiny town occupies an area formerly known as 36 Mile Post on the Rabbit Proof Fence. This was also where a railway siding was built in 1911 on the railway line heading east to Bencubbin that supported the early settlers of the district with supplies and transport.