Location The town of Dalwallinu is the administrative centre for the Shire and lies 254 kilometres north east of Perth on the Great Northern Highway. Other townships in the Shire are Pithara, Kalannie, Buntine and Wubin. Accommodation

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The town of Dalwallinu is

the administrative centre

for the Shire and lies 254

kilometres north east of

Perth on the Great

Northern Highway.  

Other townships in 

the Shire are Pithara,

Kalannie, Buntine and



Dalwallinu Caravan Park                   08 9661 1253

Dalwallinu Hotel/Motel                     08 9661 1102

Kalannie Caravan Park                      08 9666 2068

Wheatland Motel - Dalwallinu          08 9661 1600

Wubin Hotel                                        08 9664 1040


BP Roadhouse - Wubin

Dally Café – Dalwallinu

Dalwallinu Hotel

Gull Roadhouse – Dalwallinu

Jenny’s Bakehouse - Dalwallinu

Jumbuck Roadhouse – Wubin 

Wheatland Restaurant - Dalwallinu

Where to get more information:

Shire of Dalwallinu

Phone: 08 9661 0500

Fax: 08 9661 1097

Email: shire@dalwallinu.wa.gov.au

Web: www.dalwallinu.wa.gov.au

Dalwallinu Discovery Centre

51-53 Johnston Street

Phone: (08) 9661 1805



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Shire of Dalwallinu

Western Australia

The Shire of Dalwallinu is more than just an

agricultural centre.  It is a large country

shire that offers the tourist many reasons to

stay a while.  Situated in the heart of

Wildflower Country, it has a number of

other historic and natural attractions.

There is a range of places to stay.  If you’re

looking for a scenic and friendly place to

visit, then you’ve come to the right place.

Powerhouse 3595

Dalwallinu Discovery Centre

This spectacular architecturally designed building was officially opened

by Western Australian Premier Mr Colin Barnett on Saturday 25th

September 2010 as part of the Dalwallinu Centenary celebrations.

One of the features of this building is the steel columns in the form of

Salmon Gum trees. There are many services available at the centre for

the visitors to Dalwallinu. The Discovery Centre display showcases the

Dalwallinu area and the tourist information centre includes a large range

of brochures from around the state.

Visitors can use the services of the Dalwallinu Community Resource

Centre with connections to the internet and government services. There

are other features within the building and visitors are welcome to view

and ask questions about the building.




Aboriginal Heritage

First known inhabitants of the land, which now comprises

the Dalwallinu Shire, were sparse and nomadic groups of

Aborigines whose movements were controlled by the

known supplies of water.

Shepherds and Pioneers

The first graziers in the district were Benedictine monks

from New Norcia, who with

their ‘ticket of leave’ men

shepherded sheep through

the area to Mt Gibson, in the

second half of the nineteenth

century.  The first European

settlers arrived at Dalwallinu

in 1907 with the ambition to

develop the area into a wheat

and sheep growing region.

The first crops were planted

in 1907.

These pioneers demonstrated

tremendous strength and

diligence, enduring extremely

basic living standards while

they developed the land.

Pithara, Wubin and Buntine

were established at the same

time, and Kalannie in the



The Shire offers a host of historic and natural sites

to see and visit, and ideal locations for picnicking.

Heritage Wheatbin Museum and Machinery


located in Wubin, depicts the history of bulk

handling of wheat within the Shire and associated

areas of interest.


is a water catchment area, and 

the large concrete tank has an unusual 

design of water flow.  A high point in the Shire, that

allows an expansive view of broadacre farming.

Cailbro School,

a restored mudbrick school built

in 1939.

Wubin and Buntine Rocks

- these rock areas provide

spectacular views of the farming land and are perfect picnic



winner of the 1992 National Landcare Award,

is the centre of a large wheat growing area, which is also

trialing Oil Mallees for commercial production.

Petrudor Rocks

, is a large granite outcrop 

with water holes at the base.  A wonderful picnic spot and

a place to see wildflowers and native fauna in season.

Five Graves in Dalwallinu 

the five identical graves, all

in a row and made from marble, can be seen at the

Dalwallinu Cemetery.  One is the grave of Mr

Gustave Liebe, a renowned builder at the turn of the

Twentieth century, and also a farmer who, with his

partner Wilhelm Klein, pioneered farming at Wubin

in the early 1900’s.

Mia Moon

is located 17kms

west of Wubin

this is a

spot for orchids in season.

Gnamma hole is situated in the

granite rocks.

Wild Flowers

Dalwallinu is part of a

world famous Western

Australian tourist routes

through wildflower

country.  Within 100 kms

of Dalwallinu is the

largest density of Wattle

(Acacia) species to be

found anywhere in the

world.  They flower most

of the year but blooming

reaches its maximum

during the months of

August and September.

From July to October each year,

thousands of wildflower enthusiasts make

the journey to enjoy our beautiful

wildflowers, including the unusual

Wreath Flower.

Special Events

The Annual Wattle Week Festival, is held in the second

week of September, and offers tourists the opportunity to

take tours throughout the Shire discovering the heritage,

natural sites and flora of the area.

A bi-ennial Arts and Crafts Purchase

Exhibition is held every ‘odd’ number


Held each year on the third 

Saturday of August is the local

Agricultural Show.

Heritage Wheatbin Museum

Cailbro School, circa 1939

Wreath Flowers

One of the many local wattles

Grevillea Excesior

Verticordia Picta

Petrudor Rocks

Five Graves of Dalwallinu

Darwinia Purpurea

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