Things To Do & See

Western Australia's Eastern Wheatbelt is a vast region, with much to see and lots to explore. Immerse yourself in Australia's pioneering history that was the backbone of this country for decades or experience the unique character that could only come from the Aussie bush. And experience true Australian country hospitality.

Wave Rock

Corrigin is located on the main route to probably the Eastern Wheatbelt's most famous attraction, Wave Rock. This unique ancient multicoloured rock eroded into the shape of a wave about to break over the surrounding scrub was formed millions of years ago, even before the dinosaurs roamed the earth. Wave Rock is 15 metres tall and 110 metres long, and standing beneath the rock gives a surreal experience as the top ledge hovers overhead.

Dog in a Ute

Corrigin currently holds the record of dogs in utes at 1527, set in 2002. This uniquely Australian event is a charity event to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Placed throughout the district are many old utes proclaiming the world record feats of the town

Dog Cemetery

The Dog Cemetery in Corrigin is a tribute to man's best friend, because in the farming communities of the Eastern Wheatbelt, man's best friend can also be the farm's biggest asset when it comes to rounding up sheep or keeping an eye out on your property.
There are now over 80 of the community loved ones buried at the cemetery. Its worth a visit just to read some of the headstones, all maintained be local residents.
Anyone is welcome to bury their pet there, you don't have to be a resident of the district, but make sure you contact the shire first.


Western Australia's Eastern Wheatbelt wildflowers usually explode into bloom during the spring months. The wildflower drive is on the outskirts of Corrigin, just off the main highway.

Self drive or join one of the many tour buses that venture out in season, but don't miss one of the most colourful natural events in Western Australia.

Pioneer Museum

To gain a greater understanding of Australia's pioneering past, Corrigin's Pioneer Museum has a collection of old tools and restored farm machinery, as well as a blacksmith's shop, a shearing shed and the records of all pioneers who have worked the land in Corrigin's past.

The Tin Horse Highway

What began as a unique and entertaining marketing campaign to promote the Kulin Bush Races, has now become one of the most popular tourist draw cards to the Eastern Wheatbelt.
The Tin Horse Highway is a 15km stretch of road the travels east to Kulin. Kulin is 50 minutes south east of Corrigin.
Horses are continually being added to the display, around the time of the Annual Bush Races, so if you think you have already seen the "highway", many more hilarious displays still await.