North Eastern Wheatbelt Drive Trail

North Eastern Wheatbelt Drive Trail

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Wheatbelt Weekends

Looking for some inspiration to pack up and hit the road? Why not set aside a weekend and venture out to the Wheatbelt for a road trip? We have put together some suggested itineraries that will help you explore some of our Wheatbelt towns.

Wheatbelt weekend itinerary options

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Where's the Wheatbelt Way?

Travel to Dowerin 2hrs east of Perth or turn off the Great Eastern Highway at Carrabin and get started on your Wheatbelt Way adventure – it can be as long or as short as you like.

It's time to plan your getaway in Western Australia's beautiful Wheatbelt.

A choose your own adventure Road Trip!
Along the way, you’ll take in stunning natural surrounds, sites of historical significance, and the laid-back country atmosphere of the Wheatbelt.
Trip Planner - 4 days or more!
Family camping or glamping!
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, B&Bs, Hotels, or Motels.
One of the best things about exploring the Wheatbelt Way is the abundance of free camping spots. Perfect for a weekend escape, or if you're passing through as part of a bigger road trip.

Upcoming events

Koorda Drive-In

Koorda Drive In

Koorda Drive-In Outdoor Cinema was built in 1965. The Koorda Drive-In was one of many built in the 50’s and 60’s. There were over 80

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Visitor Survey

We are working in partnership with Curtin University to collect feedback about your experience in the Wheatbelt Way region. With this in mind, we seek to improve our local amenities and tourism infrastructure.

As such, we would be very grateful if you could complete this short survey.