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WUBIN 270km north of Perth

Petrudor Rocks

Wubin is the ‘gateway to the north’ and the magnificent seasonal display of

wildflowers in the area. PLACES OF INTEREST

Wubin Wheatbin Museum The heritage listed Wheatbin Museum depicts the history of agriculture through photos, models and artefacts. It houses a motor vehicle and machinery annexe and an extensive rock and mineral collection. The Museum also tells the story of Gustav Liebe, who after a distinguished career as a master builder in Perth (His Majesty’s Theatre; Maylands Peninsula Hotel), successfully turned his hand to farming in the region. Buntine Rock A granite outcrop and nature reserve located 3km east of Buntine, Buntine Rock offers a magnificent view of farmland from the top and is an inviting place to find wildflowers. Jibberding Reserve Located on the Great Northern Highway 25 km from Wubin, Jibberding Reserve has pretty displays of white, pink and yellow everlastings. Cailbro Mudbrick School This restored one room school located 33 kilometres from Wubin features a local history display. Dalwallinu Discovery Centre 53 Johnston Street Dalwallinu WA 6609 T : (08) 9661 1805 E : Wubin Tourist Centre (Gt Northern Highway adjacent to information bay) PO Box 38, Wubin WA 6612 T: 0476 127 424 E: Open daily 10am-3pm June to mid-October, subject to volunteers.

DALWALLINU 253kms north of Perth

Ant Orchids

Dalwallinu is a vibrant Shire located 253km north of Perth and covering 7,235 square kilometres of predominantly agricultural land. The five towns in the Shire are Buntine, Dalwallinu, Kalannie, Pithara and Wubin. Located on the Wildflower Way, with a great range of services and accommodation, Dalwallinu is an ideal base from which to explore the region’s prolific wildflowers from late winter to spring. Visit www.dalwallinu. for visitor information and to check for wildflower updates. PLACES OF INTEREST Dalwallinu Discovery Centre The impressive Dalwallinu Discovery Centre houses the Public Library, Community Resource Centre, visitor information and environmental displays. Open weekdays 8.30am to 4.30pm and weekends during wildflower season. McIntosh Park Located 14km south of Dalwallinu in the town of Pithara, McIntosh Park was the site of the first fatal commercial plane crash in WA and is home to Pithara Speedway. Petrudor Rocks An attractive reserve 45km south east of Dalwallinu with fabulous wildflowers and natural water pools that cascade following winter rains.

Xantippe Tank

Buntine Rocks

Xantippe Tank & Reserve Constructed in the 1920s to capture water run-off from the granite outcrop and located 33 km east of Dalwallinu, the tank and reserve are a hotspot for orchids and bush flowers. Rabbit Proof Fence and Boundary Rider’s Waterhole Situated on Rabbit Proof Fence Road, sections of the No. 2 Rabbit-Proof Fence are still visible, as is one of the original water holes blasted for the Boundary Rider who maintained the fence. Miamoon Reserve Located 27km north east of Dalwallinu, Miamoon is a hotspot for wildflowers and has a gnamma hole in the granite outcrop. | The Wheatbelt | 27

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