Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

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Aquatic Centre Pioneer Park and Gymnasium


WHAT’S ON Trayning Tractor Pull, Burnouts, Mud Bog & Lawnmower Racing — 9 Sept 2023 TOPATTRACTIONS The Wheatbelt Way / Trayning Caravan Park / Yarragin Rock / Billyacatting Hill / Yelbeni Centenary Museum WILDFLOWERS TODISCOVER Common Firebush / Yellow Feather Flower / Rock Buttercup / Pink Everlasting / Orchids / Grevilleas

TRAYNING 235km from Perth

holes. Birds and other wildlife frequent the rock pools. The perimeters of gnamma holes are also good places to search for orchids, and other wildflowers. Rance Caravan Home of one of the first registered caravans in Western Australia you will find the old Rance Caravan and its story displayed on Railway Street in Trayning. A variety of amazing flora and fauna can be found at these locations, highlighting the natural diversity of the area. Yelbeni Centenary Museum Marvel at machinery from yesteryear at the Yelbeni Centenary Museum. Trayning Caravan Park This quaint little spot really is the peace and quiet you have been looking for. With drive-through powered sites, free wifi, barbecues, an expansive grassed area, a playground, laundry and kitchen amenities, and an RV dump point, this

VISITOR INFORMATION Railway Street (PO Box 95), Trayning (08) 9683 1001

L ocated along the Wheatbelt Way self-drive route, the Shire of Trayning consists of the three townships of Kununoppin, Trayning, and Yelbeni and is home to 300 people with a distinct focus on agriculture. The area is named after Trayning Well, the Aboriginal name of a nearby water source located on the old Goomalling to the Eastern Goldfields. It was first recorded by a surveyor in 1892 and allegedly derives from white man’s interpretation of the Aboriginal word ‘dur-iring’ meaning ‘snake calling in the grass near a campfire’. While in Trayning, discover natural granite outcrops, native birds, insects, reptiles, woodlands and stunning panoramas of wildflowers in season. Explore some of its main attractions… Billyacatting Hill Situated on the shire’s eastern boundary (27km east of Trayning), this 2,500 ha flora and fauna reserve is a nature lover’s delight. Yarragin Rock 24km north-east of Trayning, Yarragin Rock consists of twin monoliths rising from a flat granite outcrop and is visible from a great distance.

dog-friendly caravan park is a great spot to stop and stay a while. Enjoy starry night skies around the communal fire pit at night (subject to fire season) Situated north on the Bencubbin/ Kellerberrin Road and close to town the caravan park is in walking distance to everything. Trayning Short Stay Accommodation On Felgate Parade, there are two furnished, two bedroom cottages, accommodating up to four people which are perfect for a family of four visiting relatives or visitors travelling the Wheatbelt.


Yelbeni Museum

Gnammas 18km north of Trayning are the gnamma

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