Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre

Manager: Robyn McCarthy
Staff: Carina MacDonald

Located in Barrack Street in Merredin's town centre opposite the Post Office.
Phone: (08) 9041 1666 Fax: (08) 9041 2788
Email: visitor@merredin.wa.gov.au
Website: www.wheatbelttourism.com

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm

Come into the Centre for visitor information. The friendly staff can show you many local and regional attractions available in the area including museums, historic sites, rocks, lakes and reserves as well as local arts and craft products for sale. Whether a local, new to town or just visiting you are welcome to come and see what this area has to offer.

  • Merredin Peak Reserve
    • Golden Pipeline Drive Trail
    • WWII Military Hospital site
    • Aboriginal History
    • Seasonal Wildflowers
  • Historic Buildings
    • Cummins Theatre
    • Old Town Hall
    • No 4 Pump Station
  • Merredin Heritage Precinct
    • Clydesdale Horse
    • Military Museum
    • Railway Museum
    • Pioneer Park
  • Walk Trails - CBD Heritage Walk, Merredin Peak, Tamma Parkland and Totadgin Conservation Park
  • Granite Rock Formations and Outcrops
  • Seasonal Wildflowers
  • Military History
  • Collgar Windfarm
  • Agricultural Heritage

Transwa Information

The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre is an agent for Transwa Rail and Coach services and can handle all over the counter bookings. Eftpos facilities are available. Tickets can be booked over the phone through Transwa by calling 1300 662 205 or via their website at www.transwa.wa.gov.au. Timetable information is also available from the Centre or on the Transwa website.




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