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Dalwallinu

Visitor Centre:
Dalwallinu Discovery Centre
Johnston Street
Phone: 08 9661 1805
Visitor website: www.dalwallinu.wa.gov.au
General:
First settled in the early 1900’s Dalwallinu is now commonly referred to as both “the wheat Shire” and “Gateway to the world of wattles”. It is so densely populated by wattles, (Acacia’s) that within a 100km radius of town there is more than 186 different species.
Attractions:
Wildflowers
With the prime season for wildflowers between July and October Dalwallinu is the starting point of “The Wildflower Way”. Visitors from all over the world journey to view the vast array of species that can be found in the area, including wattles, grevilleas, dampiera, orchids, pityrodia and the more unusual wreath lechenaultia.
Dalwallinu Craft Centre
Originally the Old Court House this building is now a treasure trove of locally produced craft and preserves. Open Mar-Dec.
Dally Ag Show
Hosted by the Dalwallinu & Districts Agricultural Society Inc on the 4th Saturday in August annually. Showcasing traditional events including cooking, produce, craft & photography exhibits, in addition to trade displays and the popular sideshow alley. See www.dallyshow.com.au.
The Rocks
Wubin, Buntine and Petrudor Rocks are all popular spots for both wildflower viewing and the all important picnic. Each a little bit different to the other, Petrudor has seasonal water pools while Buntine has magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. Wubin Rocks in a good year will put on a snow like display of white and pink everlastings.