Products

 

 

The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre stocks a wide range of local products including arts and crafts and produce from the Wheatbelt Region. Please see below for the range currently in stock.

Wheatbelt Publications

The Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre retails an excellent range of publications including Wheatbelt history, Natural history, Wildflowers and Children’s books.
View the complete list of books in stock.

 

Merredin Souvenirs
We stock a range of Merredin merchandise including postcards, pens, hat pins, spoons, key rings, thimbles, magnets, stickers, stubby holders, coasters and hats.

Local Produce

Santaleuca SandalwoodSantaleuca Sandalwood
Produced by Santaleuca Forestry, near Narembeen.  The range available includes Sandalwood nuts, shavings and nougat. Visit www.santaleuca.com.au for information on the plantation.

Honey
Produced locally in Merredin by JW Cheeseman and comes in 500gm and 1kg tubs. 

Local Art & Craft Merchandise

Timber products
A range of platters from local and WA timbers has been sourced from Allan Newbury. The range includes platters and winebarrel platters.

Olive Oil
Locally produced Olive oil from Corrigin Market Garden can be purchased from the visitor centre.

Jewellery
A wide range of necklaces, earrings and bracelets are available, made by Merredin Resident Sally Thompson.

Wheatbelt Images
Photocards and Matt Boards by Lake Grace photographer Merredin Fine Arts Society ArtworkMichelle Dunham.

Mounted Prints
The Merredin Fine Arts Society has had their work produced onto mounted prints. We have a selection of their beautiful pieces here for sale varying from $18 – $35.

Tin Signs
A wide range of Tin Vintage advertising signs made by Tin Ranch Merredin.  Size 20cm x 15cm.

Wheatbelt Pottery
Wheatbelt pottery is made in Merredin WA by local potter Barbara Greaves. Barbara’s extensive pottery skill has evolved over the past 40 years into a unique style. Most of the Potteryclay is sourced locally from the earth in and around Merredin, sometimes the clay is combined with clays from the Northern Wheatbelt to produce amazing results and colour ranges. Barbara has also developed a range of stoneware, glassware and terracotta work which is glazed in majolica and hand painted in Wheatbelt colours and themes. The pottery is made on the wheel and by hand.