Museum The Agricultural Hall was the first building to be built in Kellerberrin in 1897. The Hall itself has had a colourful life, also serving as a school, courthouse and Road Board offices. Don’t miss the surrounding Pioneer Park; it sets the scene, displaying farming machinery through the ages. Kellerberrin Hill Lookout Walk or drive to take in the breathtaking views from the lookout. This is a special treat in spring as the hill supports a mass of native wildflowers. Kokerbin Rock Located 30 kilometres from Kellerberrin, Kokerbin Rock is the third largest monolith in WA. The area contains a mini Wave Rock, Dog Rock, Devils Marbles and a historic well. A walk to the top of the rock provides panoramic views of the countryside. Wildflowers From August to November, follow the flowers along the Kellerberrin/Bencubbin Road to Durokoppin Reserve. This 1,500 acre reserve of woodland, heath and mallee supports a wide variety of flora and fauna. Discover tea trees, wattle and grevillea amongst a colourful array of species. Free information maps are available from Kellerberrin Community Resource Centre. Milligan Homestead While taking the Kellerberrin/Bencubbin Road, look out for the homestead some 10 kilometres north of the town. Built from local field stone in 1871, it can be viewed from the roadside. Mt Stirling / Mt Caroline Head 25 kilometres south of Kellerberrin to capture the magnificent views of these giant granite outcrops (private property, access by permission). These formations hold great importance to the Njaki Njaki people through
their association to the Dreamtime sacred snake, the Moulack. Today these rocks are inhabited by a rare species, the black footed rock wallaby. Doodlakine Well Site The well was the reason for the existence of this once bustling town. Today follow a heritage walk trail to the well. Baandee Ski Lake Depending on the time of year and the rainfall, the lakes may be full of water or nothing more than a layer of salt. When full, enjoy the excitement of water skiing. Kellerberrin Caravan Park The RV friendly Kellerberrin Caravan Park offers powered sites, 12 single self-contained rooms, dormitory style rooms with shared facilities, modernised communal kitchen, new toilet block and Wi-Fi available. Tel: 0428 138 474 or check us out at wikicamps.com.au Kellerberrin Community Resource Centre
Kellerberrin is situated in the hub of the historically rich Wheatbelt region. A comfortable 2½ hours drive from Perth along the Goldfields Trail makes Kellerberrin the perfect town to set up base for self drive discoveries in the surrounding area. The town offers all the modern facilities for visitors who are passing through or stopping over including a hotel supermarket and chemist on the main street as well as accommodation, caravan park, doctor’s surgery, hospital and much more. The countryside around Kellerberrin just beckons to be explored. Sweeping golden plains lead to stunning natural attractions, rocky outcrops and scenic hills, giving a panoramic perspective of the region. In springtime, the countryside blooms as a parade of wildflowers adorn the roadside, hills and plains. Discover a bygone era along the heritage walking trail. Start at the historical museum then take a leisurely hour-long walk through the town past charming historic buildings and churches, concluding at the stunning Kellerberrin Hill Lookout.
94 Massingham Street Kellerberrin WA 6410 Tel: (08) 9045 4991 Email: email@example.com www.kellerberrin.wa.gov.au
Places of interest Centenary Park
Relax in the centre of town in this newly redeveloped park featuring skate park, Naturescape playground designed by Josh Byrne, family BBQ area, sensory garden as well as a flying fox for all to enjoy.
1 When full of water, Baandee Ski Lake is a perfect weekend destination for water sports 2 Town views from Kellerberrin Hill Lookout 3 See the formations of Kokerbin Rock 1 3