Attractions

Kellerberrin Centenary Park
Kellerberrin is the perfect place to pull over, take a break and stretch the legs. Located opposite the Main Street is Centenary Park. This nature playground has something for everyone boasting shaded gazebos, an expansive lawned area, Skate Park, flying fox and a nature inspired playground. Stop for a spot of lunch using our free BBQ services or a picnic on the grass allowing the kids to run or simply enjoy this gorgeous oasis located at the heart of a vibrant community.
Address: Leake Street, Kellerberrin

Kellerberrin Hill
Looking over this scenic town is the Kellerberrin Hill Look out, which offers spectacular views over the townsite and beyond. Follow the windy road up past the granite outcrops to find the lookout platform and picnic facilities, the perfect place to take the family and explore this scenic countryside.
Address: Nicholls Drive, Kellerberrin

Kellerberrin Lake Baandee
A popular Ski Lake 25km east of Kellerberrin off the Great Eastern Highway. The lake is a gazetted water skiing area – when the lake is full, dependent on seasonal conditions. A boat ramp, showers and toilets are located at this popular spot.
Address: Ski Lake Road (off Great Eastern Highway) Baandee

Kellerberrin Marek Brothers Garage
A former Blacksmith shop come Holden dealership from the 60’s to 2004, now houses a small collection of Holden cars and memorabilia from days gone by. Open by request only.
Address: 126 Massingham Street, Kellerberrin
Phone: 0409 528 289

Kellerberrin Pioneer Museum
This Folk Museum featuring local memorabilia is located in the old agricultural hall (built 1897). Old farming machinery and implements are located next to the building, on the grounds of Pioneer Park. The Museum can opened by appointment or alternatively is manned by volunteers of the Kellerberrin Historical Society every Sunday 10am-12pm.
Address: Leake Street, Kellerberrin
Phone: 0427 523 332

Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail
In the 1890s CY O’Connor engineered a pipeline to carry fresh water from Mundaring Weir to the arid goldfields, some 560km to the east. To commemorate this incredible feat the National Trust of Australia (WA) initiated the Golden Pipeline Project.
The Trail takes motorists from Perth to Kalgoorlie following the path of the water from Mundaring Weir to Mount Charlotte Reservoir, passing through Kellerberrin. The Trail is ideal for those who have a couple of days or more to explore the history, hospitality and horizons of Pipeline country. Discover more about the pipeline that delivers water to Western Australia’s arid interior at sites in Kellerberrin, including the Kellerberrin Hill Lookout and Old Doodlakine town site.

Kellerberrin Trayning Road
This is considered to be an excellent drive during the wildflower season with many varieties of wildflowers along the route. The Kellerberrin countryside is covered in wildflowers during the spring with two excellent places to enjoy the flora being Durokoppin Wildlife Sanctuary 27km north and Charles Gardner Nature Park, 35km south west.
Address: Kellerberrin-Trayning Road, Kellerberrin

Kokerbin Rock
A massive granite outcrop 30km south of Kellerberrin. It is reputed to be Australia’s largest monolith. A walking trail takes you to the top where you are provided with sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. There is a picnic ground at the base of the rock with toilets and running water.
Address: Kwolyin West Road, Kwolyin

Mt Caroline & Mt Stirling
Giant granite outcrops 22km south of Kellerberrin. These ancient landforms are some of the oldest exposed rocks in the world; which were first exposed in the middle of the Jurassic period. These granite outcrops are important water sources for the Aboriginal people and the early explorers. These rock pools are called gnamma holes. The granite outcrops provide a great place for bird and black flanked wallaby watching as well as home to various types of orchids. The granite outcrops are located in the Shires of Kellerberrin and Quairading.
Address: Yoting Road, Kellerberrin

Granite Way
Granite Way is the Wheatbelt’s newest self-drive trail and a partnership between the Shires of Bruce Rock, Quairading and Kellerberrin. The 60km trail takes visitors on a journey to some of the most amazing and iconic granite rocks in the Wheatbelt as well as some spectacular nature reserves. Follow in the footsteps of traditional Aboriginal people, bold explorer’s, sandalwood cutters, dedicated pioneers, avid scientist and contemporary farming communities who call, and have once called the area home.
If you feel like breaking up the drive and spending even more time in this gorgeous patch of landscape, a new free camping site has been built at the site of the old Kwolyin football oval. The camp boasts toilets, camp kitchen, picnic shelters, campfire with BBQ plate (fires April-September only), bush trails and a pioneer walk through the old town site. This campsite is maintained by the Shire of Brucerock.

GET IN TOUCH

GET IN TOUCH

GET IN TOUCH