283 kilometres south-east of Perth


Located in the heart of the Wheatbelt, the vibrant Kulin Region offers a fantastic array of visitor experiences and is a convenient stopover for those travelling to Wave Rock or between Perth and Esperance.

Kulin - Tin Horse HighwayJilakin Rock, 15 kilometres east of town, is a spectacular grey monolith overlooking a lake. It is here that the popular Kulin Bush Races  are held every October, attracting visitors from all over the State. Another equine attraction is the “Tin Horse Highway” these creative tin horses provide a great source of ammusement to travellers passing through town.

Further east are the unusual formations called Buckley’s Breakaway. These pinkish white sculptured rocks make a stark contrast against the red brown gravel caps. Dragon Rocks Nature Reserve is another great attraction in the area.

KulinPay a visit to the largest regional water slide in Western Australia. Standing at 18m high and 172 metres long. Open during the summer months of the year, the slide is excitement for all ages. Contact the Shire of Kulin for more information on
+61 8 9880 1204.

Kulin Discovery Zone
Experience Kulin’s brand new Discovery Zone. The unique outdoor area has transformed the town’s main street and is the perfect place to relax, stop and stay. The Zone Kulinshowcases Kulin in a unique and informal way, giving visitors a sense of the region’s history and identity. It contains information points, interpretive signage and artworks which tell of Kulin’s past, present and future. The beautifully landscaped Zone also includes a War Memorial, RV Friendly 48 Hour Parking Area, Dump Point, Public Toilets and Showers, Picnic Shelters and BBQ, Playground and Skate Park. The Discovery Zone was officially opened in February 2015.

Annual Events

Kulin Bush Races
 Kulin Bush RacesHeld on the first weekend every October, the Kulin Bush Races are much more than a day at the races. The weekend is an indulgence of spectacular scenery, art, crafts, novelty events, children’s entertainment, live bands and
delicious country style food. It is a family orientated event, with activities and entertainment for all ages.They are located at Jilakin Rock, 15km east of the townsite overlooking the picturesque Jilakin Lake.

Arts & Crafts

Kulin Gallery & Studio
The Kulin Gallery and Studio is managed by artist in residence and local Carol Griffin. Many of Carol’s pieces are inspired by local rural values including heritage buildings, horses and the famous Bush Races. Come in for a browse or purchase one of Carol’s beautiful artworks. Carol also invites and encourages people to come in and try their hand at painting with free art supplies and assistance.

Address: Kulin Railway Station, Old Williams Kondinin Road,
Phone: +61 8 9880 1081 (Carol Griffin)
Open: Fridays 10:30am – 4pm
Admission: Free


Woolshed Cafe
Johnston Street
Kulin WA 6365
Phone: +61 8 9880 1292

Caters for sit down meals or take-away.
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 9am – 7:30pm

Kulin Hotel/Motel
Johnston Street
Kulin WA 6365
Phone: +61 8 9880 1201
Fax: +61 8 9880 1010

Meals available in the dining room or restaurant.
Lunch: Tuesday – Sunday 12pm – 2pm
Dinner: Tuesday – Sunday 6pm – 8pm


24 Hour Fuel Facility
Johnston Street
Kulin WA 6365
Phone +61 8 98801204

Unleaded petrol and diesel available

Woolshed Cafe
Johnston Street
Kulin WA 6365
Phone: +61 8 9880 1275
Fax: +61 8 9880 1075

Unleaded petrol and diesel available. Visitor Information and souvenirs.

Visitor Information and Souvenirs

Shire of Kulin Administration and Community Resource Centre
Johnston Street
PO Box 223
Kulin WA 6365
Phone: +61 8 9880 1021
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.kulin.wa.gov.au

Open: Monday – Friday 9.00am – 4.30pm