The Wheatbelt Way welcomes people from the Wheatbelt region to its campgrounds in line with State Government advice of non-contact recreational activities such as private picnics in the park, fishing, boating, hiking, and camping − all in compliance with travel restrictions and the 10-person rule and social distancing rules observed.
If you are not from within the Wheatbelt region then please do not travel to the Wheatbelt Way until it is safe and you are allowed to. More information on the latest advice can be found here.
Please be aware that some accommodation, caravan parks and campsites in the Wheatbelt Way are still closed. We ask that if you are coming to visit the Wheatbelt Way during this time that you follow all advice in regards to the current Government Community Advice and restrictions and are informed, prepared, and are considerate of the needs of our communities in these challenging and uncertain times.
Regional travel restrictions are still in place and the Wheatbelt Way is located in the Wheatbelt region. Refer to the map below or for a more detailed map click here
The epic rock “wave” at Elachbutting Rock in the Wheatbelt Way!
For the time being though staying home does not mean that you can’t still marvel over our epic landscapes, dream of our clear night skies, and begin planning about hitting the open road once it is safe to do so – just follow us on Facebook and Instagram! When the time is right to travel again we will still be here and encourage West Australians to holiday in WA and come to the Wheatbelt Way and support local our local communities as it deals with the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak – where the locals will warmly welcome you (instead of social distancing)! We promise it will be worth the wait!