Southern Wheatbelt Wander Two Nights Three Days
Included in the gift box: Unique
Partner Name: Forest Explorers
You'll be joining experienced guide and Wildflower enthusiast Alison from
Forest Explorers (Collie) along with Sherryl from Hinterland Escapes Professional Photographer (Ferguson Valley) on this Wheatbelt nature-based meander, while being transformed to a Western Australian discovery of heritage, culture, delectable WA local produce & glorious sunsets for two nights and three days.
We have hand selected the tour experiences supporting local country farming people and great hospitality locations throughout this Southern Wheatbelt Wander.
Capturing the essence of stunning diverse WA Wildflowers, landscapes, amazing heritage and Australia's Golden Outback.
Depart- Collie Visitor Centre 8.30am Friday 27th October 2023
Returning- Collie Visitor Centre 3.00pm Sunday 29th October 2023
Bus pick-up and drop-off available in Bunbury & Darkan region.
Accommodation: Mary's Farm Cottages offer an authentic Southern Wheatbelt rural experience, Kukerin.
Accommodation is flexible, you can choice to have a single room, a double (twins share) room, or a quad (four) room for your group of friends. The cost is for two nights accommodation. Please ring if your uncertain about accommodation.
Spacious Comfortable Country Farm Accommodation
All Meals - Includes morning, afternoon tea and evening meals & sundowner nibbles.
Comfortable plush transport.
All venue entries
Heritage and Wildflower Commentary. Books for referencing.
Professional, local, accredited & qualified guides with First Aid
Beautiful bygone era building style Architecture, Stunning Giant Ram & Tree covered Park Walk, Cresswells Dynamic Coffee/Cake spoil yourself here with antiquities, Wagin Heritage Village Buildings and Collections. Grand landmark lunch in the Durack built Palace Hotel.
Donald Campbell Land Speed Memorial Collection, Dumbleyung Lake lookout accompanied with Grant from Wuddi Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Grant will share the ancient spiritual landscape and its story. Dumbleyung Community Resource Centre with Bluebird & Wren delights. Grande Olde' Inne for a lovely lunch & a secret native Orchid patch.
Mary's Farm Cottages with friendly farm animals, sunset delights, Cambinata Yabby Farm with homemade products and sweet Wheatbelt Honey. Private Vintage Car & Memorabilia collection. Emu Farm (only one egg needed for our groups breakfast) and the gem of Wildflowers - Tarin Rock Nature Reserve has more than 600 species within the 2000 ha reserve. The Twenty-Five species of Eucalypt in the reserve include Brown Mallet (Eucalyptus longicornis) and Silver Mallet (E. falcata.) The Compass Bush (Allocasuarina pinaster), with its unusual directional growth, is found in the nature reserve. Defiantly a Picnic here for a bundle of outdoor sensory feelings.
A wheatbelt gem worth visiting and exploring with us.
Please don't hesitate to call Alison on 0427 981 187 or email email@example.com for any enquiries that you may have on the Southern Wheatbelt Wander experience.