Bruce Rock


240 kilometres east of Perth


Members of the Wheatbelt East Regional Organisations of Councils (WEROC), a partnership between the Shires of Bruce Rock, Kellerberrin, Merredin, Westonia and Yilgarn, have collaboratively developed the WEROC app that provides both residents and visitors with information on businesses, services, events and attractions within these shires.


A farming town, Bruce Rock produces crops of wheat, barley, lupin and peas. Sheep, pigs and goats are also farmed in the area.

Bruce RockThe Bruce Rock Museum comprises of a historical display in the restored Bank with adjoining reconstructions of an original one-roomed school, a typical mud brick settlers hut and a blacksmiths shop. An arts and crafts centre is located in the main street displaying a wide variety of work by local artists. A new Art Gallery The Old Club Gallery features work by Wheatbelt Artists. Located in the main street is the Federation Amphitheatre, designed and built by the local community. A performance or function setting, the amphitheatre has an adjoining sculpture park offering visitors a peaceful stroll around the interesting garden.

Bruce Rock celebrated its Centenary in 2013 with a community project that records the history of the district, its people, farming and business enterprises and social life.  The Centenary Pathway is bordered by a mosaic slab wall stretching the length of the main Street created by residents proud of their heritage.

The nearby bank at Shackleton is said to be Australia’s smallest bank and is also worth a look.

Kokerbin Rock, located 45 kilometres west of the town, is an immense granite outcrop. It is the third largest monolith in Australia and is recognized as an interesting unspoilt spot for flora and fauna study. It covers 9 hectares and is 122m high with interesting formations, caves and a deep well on the western side. From the summit you can enjoy spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. To protect the fragile environment of Kokerbin Rock, camping facilities are now available at the historic townsite of Kwolyin 9kms south. Toilets, campers kitchen, BBQ and covered seating areas available.

Bruce Rock - Veterans MarchBruce Rock is becoming famous for its Back to the Bush Veterans Reunion Week held in  October each year. Thousands of veterans from all over Australia travel to Bruce Rock to enjoy the camaraderie of this community event.

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Arts & Crafts

Bruce Rock Craft Shop
Local arts and crafts including Jams, honey, cakes and slices, knitted clothes, scarfs, blankets and woodentoys.

 36 Johnson Street, Bruce Rock
Phone: (08) 9061 1753
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30am – 4:30pm, Saturday 9am – 12 pm


Brews Rock Cafe
48 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock
Phone : +61 9061 1732

Bruce Rock Roadhouse

20 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1174

Bruce Rock Hotel
30 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1218

Lunch: 12pm – 2pm daily
Dinner: 6pm – 8:30pm Sunday to Thursday, 6pm – 9pm Friday & Saturday

Myola Nursery Cafe
26889 Worgal West Road
Bruce Rock
Phone: +61 9061 1833

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 9am – 4pm


1 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1178

Bruce Rock Roadhouse
20 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1174

No LPG available in Bruce Rock.


Bruce Rock Pharmacy
46 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1025

Resource Centre

Bruce Rock Community Resource Centre
40 Johnson Street
Bruce Rock WA 6418
Phone: +61 8 9061 1687
Fax: +61 8 9061 1704
Email: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.30pm and Friday 8.30am to 5pm