Kellerberrin

The International Art Space, International Art Space Kellerberrin

Population 868

Centrally located in the wheat belt, Kellerberrin is 200 kilometres east of Perth. In springtime, magnificent displays of wildflowers adorn the roadsides, hills and plains around the town.

Visitor Information

Shire offices, 110 Massingham St; (08) 9045 4006

www.kellerberrin.wa.gov.au

Nearby national parks

  • Avon Valley National Park

    The Avon River runs through the centre of this national park, not far from Perth and once occupied by the Nyoongar people of the Darling...more

  • Walyunga National Park

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  • John Forrest National Park

    Declared in 1900, John Forrest is the oldest national park in Western Australia. Lying at the northern edge of the Hills Forest in the...more

Nearby towns

  • Merredin

    Merredin started as a shanty town where miners stopped on their way to the goldfields. In 1893 the railway reached the town and a water...more

  • Corrigin

    Corrigin was established in the early 1900s and was one of the last wheat-belt towns to be settled. Today the town has a healthy obsession...more

  • Beverley

    Beverley is a small town set on the banks of the Avon River 130 kilometres east of Perth. Its main street boasts some beautifully preserved...more

In Town

International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia This art gallery, built in 1998, is home to an ambitious art project. International artists are given the opportunity to live and work within the local community for a 3-month period. Workshops and mentoring programs provide collaboration between these established artists and emerging Australian talent. Many of the exhibitions created are then displayed in larger venues throughout Australia and the world. Massingham St; (08) 9045 4739.

Pioneer Park and Folk Museum: located in the old Agricultural Hall, displays include local artefacts, farming machinery and photographic records. Pick up the key from tourist information or Dryandra building next door; Cnr Leake and Bedford sts.

Centenary Park: children's playground, in-line skate and BMX track, maze, heritage walkway and barbecue facilities all in the centre of town; Leake St.

Golden Pipeline Lookout: interpretive information at viewing platform with views of the countryside and pipeline; via Moore St.

Heritage trail: self-guided town walk that includes historic buildings and churches; brochure available.

Nearby

Durokoppin Reserve: take a self-guided scenic drive through this woodland area, which is beautiful in the wildflower season; contact visitor centre for map; 27km N.

Kokerbin Wave Rock: the third largest monolith in WA. The Devil's Marbles and a historic well are also at the site. Restricted vehicle access to the summit, but the walk will reward with panoramic views; 30km S.

Cunderdin: museum housed in the No. 3 pumping station has displays on the pipeline, wheat-belt farming and the Meckering earthquake; 45km W.

Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail: one of the main stops along the trail, which follows the water pipeline of C. Y. O'Connor from Mundaring Weir to the goldfields; guidebook available at visitor centre. See Kalgoorlie–Boulder.

Cafes & restaurants around town

Kellerberrin Motor Hotel

Situated in the centre of town, the Kellerberrin Motor Hotel serves hearty counter meals and, being a country pub, a fair share of local yarns are shared over a pint or two. Although known for its wheat, Kellerberrin... Find out more


Campsites around town

Kellerberrin Caravan Park

This small caravan park with basic facilities is at the sports ground on Connelly St in Kellerberrin, 202 km east of Perth via the Great Eastern Hwy. Visitors to this pastoral town should take a look at the old... Find out more


Kokerbin Rock camping area 29 km

Kokerbin Rock camping area is on Kwolyin West Rd, 10 km north of Kwolyin via Bruce Rock–Quairading Rd. Visitors to this large granite outcrop can enjoy panoramic views and explore caves and walking trails. Note: a... Find out more


Bruce Rock Caravan Park 49 km

Bruce Rock Caravan Park is on Dunstall St in this small wheat-belt town, 247 km east of Perth. Visitors to Bruce Rock can drop into Totadjin Dam Reserve, a favourite cooling-off spot for locals, and also view a large... Find out more


Trayning Caravan Park 58 km

Visitors will see some interesting rock formations around Trayning, confined within a 2500 ha flora and fauna reserve that harbours a variety of rare plant species. Needless to say, the wildflowers in this part of the... Find out more


Wyalkatchem Caravan Park 59 km

Wyalkatchem is at the centre of WA’s major wheat belt, 191 km north-east of Perth via Toodyay, and smack in the middle of some of Australia’s best wildflower country. The town lies on the old Goldfields... Find out more


Corrigin Caravan Park 79 km

Corrigin is widely regarded as one of WA’s most attractive and tidy country towns. You’ll be bewitched by the spring wildflower show and the granite outcrops that give an alien feel to the landscape, but... Find out more


Narembeen Caravan Park 80 km

Narembeen Caravan Park is on Curral St, 290 km east of Perth. It has basic camping facilities and limited on-site accommodation. Travellers through this predominantly grain-belt region can visit Roe Lookout, explore some... Find out more


Marshall Rock camping area 90 km

Marshall Rock camping area is 10 km south-east of Bencubbin and 273 km north-east of Perth. Access is via Mukinbudin and Marshall Rock rds. The area is noted for its wildflower displays in spring. There is plenty of... Find out more


Koorda Caravan Park 92 km

In Koorda, 235 km north-east of Perth, this council-run caravan park offers basic facilities in a bush setting. This is wonderful wildflower country, coming alive in spring with the vibrant colours of thousands of WA... Find out more


Beverley Caravan and Camping Ground 92 km

Beverley is a small historic town on the banks of the Avon River, 135 km east of Perth. Its main street features beautifully preserved examples of Edwardian, Federation and Art Deco architecture. As you wander around... Find out more


Caravan parks around town

Merredin Tourist Park 57 km

This park is of a quality rarely found in an inland town the size of Merredin and we highly recommend it. From here it is a comfortable 260 km to Perth or 335 km to Kalgoorlie; Merredin is an excellent choice for an... Find out more


Hotels, motels & B&Bs around town

Kellerberrin Caravan Park

Situated in the heart of the wheat belt, the Kellerberrin Caravan Park offers inexpensive accommodation. All six of the caravan bays are powered and have grassed areas, and on-site is an ablution block, laundry and... Find out more


Kellerberrin Motor Hotel

All five of the non-smoking hotel rooms at the Kellerberrin Motor Hotel offer ensuites, TVs and fridges. Situated in the town centre and on the highway, it’s a popular place to enjoy an imported ale in the beer... Find out more


The Prev

The Prev is ideal for corporate functions or group stays and offers bed and breakfast style accommodation in double, single, twin or dormitory rooms. Located at the base of Kellerberrin Hill, there are conference... Find out more


Rest areas around town

Kellerberrin park area

At Kellerberrin

Adjacent to the highway. In the middle of town.


Hines Hill rest area 36 km

37km E of Kellerberrin (L) or 20km W of Merredin (R)

Just off the highway among a few trees.


Cunderdin park area 45 km

At Cunderdin

Adjacent to the highway and near the museum.


Merredin park area 55 km

At Merredin

Well off the highway. On the main street.


Meckering park area 68 km

At Meckering

Adjacent to the highway. At the earthquake display site.


What's on around town

Keela Dreaming Cultural Festival: odd-numbered years, Mar.

Central Wheatbelt Harness Racing Cup: May.

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