Wheatbelt is a region of Western Australia Many visitors can choose to drive hastily through the Wheatbelt region from Perth to the Goldfields and the Nullarbor or vice versa, but this region has a range of highlights of its own.
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Hyden is a small farming town in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia that is justifiably overshadowed by its better known attraction, Wave Rock.
Toodyay is a small rural town of about 1,000 people located 85 km east of Perth in the Avon valley.
Clackline is in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. Clackline, previously called Clackline Junction, was historically significant as the site of an important railway junction, between the Eastern Railway line, and the Clackline-Miling branch line.
Jurien Bay is a coastal town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. First named in 1801 by a French explorer, the town emerged in the 1950s as a growing rock lobster export industry a semi-permanent community of fishermen.
New Norcia, Western Australia is Western Australia's only monastery town. New Norcia is the only Benedictine monastery in Australia.
Wagin is a medium-sized Town in the Wheatbelt in Western Australia. It is located about 228km South-East of Perth.
Northam is a city in the Avon Valley area of the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.