Avon Valley Attractions

Heritage listed and a proud fixture in Merredin's cultural programming, Cummins Theatre was one of the first venues to show "talking" pictures in the Commonwealth. Opening in 1928, Cummins Theatre has...
Yet another of Australia's marvellous rock formations, Wave Rock is just as it sounds - a giant wave, 14 metres high and 110 metres long, frozen in time. Located in Hyden, Wave Rock is one of Western ...
Starting in Northam or Toodyay, the Pioneers' Pathway is a self drive route to Merridin, providing a classic experience of Western Australia's Wheatbelt heartland. From the remarkable wildflowers to t...
The Wheatbelt region of Western Australia (WA) is the ideal place to experience a wonderland full of surprises. Discover vistas of open farmland, granite rock outcrops and woodlands full of blooming w...
The oldest emu farm in the world.
Hoddywell Archery Park is Australia's first Public Archery Park. With a Caravan Park, Gas BBQs, Tent Grounds, Toilet & Shower facilities, Laundry Facilities, 3 Shooting Trails, Shooting Range, a Small...
The Shire of Bruce Rock and its townsite are situated in the heart of the Wheatbelt, 254km east of Perth. It has a population of approximately 700 people, with 1200 people in the shire. Bruce Rock '...
A popular venue for summer recreational sports.
exhibits a number of planes from the early years of aviation in Western Australia.
Built in 1868 this heritage building is definately woth a visit.
Provides genereal information on Beverely and districts.The air-o-nautical museum is well worth the visit.
Bookings for accomodation throughout the state. Ye Olde Lolly Shoppe, local produce, everyday souviners. Conected to the old Flour mill with plenty of history to be had with a tour of the old goal a...
Ideal for all kinds of water sports, Sir Donald Campbell captured the world water speed record here in his famous boat Bluebird.