Kellerberrin Heritage Trail
Explore Kellerberrin and soak in some of the local history by following the drive/walk tour of the Kellerberrin Heritage Trail.
Start at the Pioneer Museum continuing with a leisurely stroll past buildings dating back to 1897, ending with spectacular views from Kellerberrin Hill Lookout.
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.
A number of scenic drives offer opportunities to experience the diversity of nature in and around Kellerberrin.
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.