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Things to Do


Join the worlds largest treasure hunt! There are many Geocaches to be found within the Wheatbelt Way.

For more information visit geocaching.com

Website: https://www.geocaching.com/play

Koorda Community Drive In

The Koorda Community Drive In screens two movies once a month. Gates and canteen open at 6:00pm. Adults $12 Kids $6 and little ones under 3 are FREE! The Canteen sells hot food as well as hot and cold drinks and snacks.  Tune your radio to 106.7fm for sound. Be sure to come along and enjoy a great night out at the Koorda Community Drive In. See you there! 
*Please be aware the Gate and Canteen is CASH ONLY*
You can find the the planned screening dates on the Wheatbelt Way Events Page.

Website: http://www.koorda.crc.net.au/koorda-community-drive-in.html
Phone: (08) 9684 1081
Email: koordatc2@westnet.com.au

Nungarin Wheatbelt Markets

Indulge yourself at the famous Nungarin Wheatbelt Markets (held between 8 am and 12 pm on the first Sunday of each month except January and February).  At each market 35 – 45 market stalls are set up in the Nungarin Town Hall (and the Mall between the Nungarin Town Hall and the Shire of Nungarin Offices)  as well as along the length of the town’s main street.  Children always enjoy free rides on the train that loops up and down the main street on Nungarin Wheatbelt Market Sundays.

Visitors can take a break from shopping and relax with a bacon and egg roll from the Sausage Sizzle or enjoy a sumptuous morning tea at the hall.  Alternatively drop into Wegner’s Rural for real coffee and a home made sausage roll or head up to the Woolshed Hotel for a pub lunch. The Nungarin Heritage and Army Museum is open every market day from 8 am to 12 pm and the amazing heritage listed Mangowine Homestead (located 14 kilometres from Nungarin) is also open from 10 am to 4 pm.

For Nungarin Wheatbelt Market Dates visit our events page.

Website: http://www.nungarin.com.au/nungarin-wheatbelt-markets.html
Phone: 90465174

Passport to an Amazing Childhood

The Nature Play WA ‘Passport to an Amazing Childhood’ program is an exciting, interactive and fun way to get active and outdoors! This is also a great thing to do with your children on your visit to the Wheatbelt Way! Visit there website for more information and to sign up!

Website: http://www.natureplaywa.org.au/programs/passport-to-an-amazing-childhood

West Moto Park

Are you looking for a bit of excitement and adventure while in the Wheatbelt Way? West Moto Park has a range of dirt bikes and quads available for hire, suitable for all ages and riding abilities. No licence is required and hiring a dirt bike or quad from West Moto Park includes a complete set of safety gear and full access to all of our tracks. Dirt bikes and quads can be shared between riders at no additional cost and we can give you some pointers if you don’t have any riding experience. If you’re planning an overnight visit, check out our campground and facilities.

Address: 453 Begley Road, Wyalkatchem 6485
Website: http://www.westmotopark.com.au
Phone: (08) 9681 1523
Email: bookings@westmotopark.com.au
Open: Thursday–Sunday | 8:00am–5:00pm. Every day of the school holidays and public holidays
Admission: Pricing starts from $50 - see website for more information

Wheatbelt Science Trail and Geo Trail

There is nowhere on Earth like the Western Australian Wheatbelt. DOSEE or LEARN at over fifty unique sites throughout the region. Many of the Wheatbelt Way sites are a part of the Wheatbelt Science Trail.

Ready to start your adventure? Visit the Wheatbelt Science Trail website to find more information.

Website: https://wheatbeltscience.org.au/trail/


Dowerin District Museum

View how settlers lived between 1915-1930’s in a house furnished from the period and artefacts from the district. A saddler shop front contains early business memorabilia and pioneer history.

Address: Cotterell St, Dowerin
Phone: 08 9631 1202
Open: On request at the shire office
Admission: Entry fee applies

Koorda and Districts Museum

Housed in the old hospital buildings the museum features displays of medical instruments and hospital equipment. Early settler personal effects, equipment, photographs and machinery are also on display.

Address: Ninghan Road, Koorda
Phone: 08 9684 1219
Open: By appointment
Admission: $1

Koorda Motor Museum and Military Collection

Collection of historic cars and military memorabilia from all wars.

Address: Allenby St, Koorda
Phone: 08 9684 1787
Open: By appointment
Admission: Donation

Nungarin Heritage Machinery and Army Museum

Tenth Light Horse military armoured vehicles and many items that support an army in the field are displayed in Western Australia’s only remaining WWII No. 5 Army Ordnance Depot. In addition to militaria, dolls and matchbox toys are featured as well as agricultural equipment from early settlers.

Address: Museum Ave, Nungarin
Website: http://www.nungarinmuseum.com.au
Phone: 08 9046 5108
Email: nungarinheritage@bigpond.com
Open: Mon to Fri 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm. Weekends by appointment.
Admission: Entry Fees apply

Mangowine Homestead

This is a National Trust property and once was an important wayside stop for travelers to the goldfields. This homestead is one of the best preserved complexes of early farm homesteads (c.1876) in the eastern Wheatbelt.

Address: 737 Karomin North Road, Nungarin
Website: http://www.nungarin.com.au/mangowine-homestead.html
Phone: 0890465149
Open: Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 1pm-4pm & Sat, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Entry Fees Apply

Westonia Hood-Penn Museum

The museum features a variety of scenes showcasing early life in the shire. Each scene also includes  realistic lifelike mannequin complete with wrinkles and blemishes. The museum also includes a vibrating mine tunnel that aims to replicate life in an early Westonian gold mine.

Address: Wolfram St, Westonia
Website: http://www.westonia.wa.gov.au/hood-penn-museum.aspx
Phone: 0891467063
Open: Mon-Fri 9am-4.30pm, Sat-Sun 10am-12pm
Admission: $3 Adult, $1 Child

Wyalkatchem CBH Agricultural Museum

Housed in one of the few 1936 type wheatbins that have been preserved along with a collection of agricultural, transport and railway exhibits.

Address: Railway Terrance, Wyalkatchem
Website: http://www.wyalkatchem.wa.gov.au/visitor/attractions/

Old School House Museum - Wyalkatchem

Set up as a house of earlier times with articles in room settings. Also contains the old switchboard from the telephone exchange and various old printing machines
Viewing by appointment phone Pat Jones 9681 1036 or Wendy Begley 9681 1397.

Address: 41 Flint St (cnr Gamble St), Wyalkatchem
Website: http://www.wyalkatchem.wa.gov.au/visitor/attractions/
Phone: Phone Pat Jones 9681 1036 or Wendy Begley 9681 1397.
Open: Viewing by appointment

Yelbeni Centenary Museum

An informative collection of local history through photos, plaques and vintage farm machinery.

Address: Goomalling-Merredin Road, Yelbeni
Phone: Yelbeni Store - 089682 5012
Open: Access through the Yelbeni Store, shop opening hours - just ask for the key
Admission: Free