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Central Wheatbelt, Western Australia

The Central Wheatbelt region of Western Australia covers an area of approximately 150,000 square km and is home to a number of agriculturally-focused towns and communities.

Getting There

The main access point to the Central Wheatbelt region is via the Great Eastern Highway, which runs through the heart of the region. Alternatively, visitors can take the Brookton Highway or the Albany Highway to access different areas of the region.

Things to See and Do

  • Wave Rock: Located near the town of Hyden, Wave Rock is a fascinating granite rock formation that is shaped like a giant wave. Visitors can climb the rock and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Bilya Koort Boodja Cultural Centre: Located in Northam, this cultural centre highlights the traditions and culture of the Ballardong Noongar people, the traditional owners of the land.
  • Avon Valley National Park: This beautiful national park is located near the town of York and features stunning gorges, waterfalls, and wildflowers.
  • Fremantle Prison: Although not technically located within the Central Wheatbelt region, Fremantle Prison is well worth a visit for those interested in Western Australia's colonial history. The prison operated for over 140 years and is now a fascinating museum.

Accommodation and Dining

There are a number of accommodation options available in the Central Wheatbelt region, ranging from budget-friendly motels to luxury bed and breakfasts. Some of the larger towns in the region, such as Northam and Merredin, offer a range of dining options, including cafes, restaurants, and pubs.

Climate and Weather

The Central Wheatbelt region has a semi-arid climate, which means that summers are hot and dry while winters are cool and wet. Visitors should be prepared for hot temperatures in the summer months, and should seek shade and stay well hydrated when spending time outdoors.

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