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Kondinin

Visitor Centre:
Kondinin Tourist Information
Shire Office Gordon Street
Phone: (08) 9889 1006
Visitor website: www.kondinin.wa.gov.au
General:
Kondinin - ‘A Heritage of Red Soil Riches’ is in the heart of grain and sheep farming country. It is well known as the ‘Home of the Group’ - a farm
improvement group which had its origins in Kondinin in 1955 and now has offices throughout
Australia.
History:
Traversed in 1848 by Surveyor General J.S. Roe, Kondinin was first settled in 1909 and surveyed in 1910 for selection for early pioneer farmers. Roe’s importance is reflected in the J.S. Roe Heritage Trail including a magnificent mural
depicting his epic journey, a replica well(Condinin Well) and the picturesque Yeerakine
Rock which provides now asthen, a 360º view.
Attractions:
Kondinin Lake (when full, used for windsurfing and
skiing)
• Pioneer Cemetery
• Trail of the Bush Schools
• Women’s suffrage gazebo
and garden
• Scenic 18 hole golf course
surrounding Woorkakanin
Rock
• Yeerakine Rock walk and trail, 13km south east of
Kondinin - Unveiled Anzac Day, 2015, a 3.1 metre high silhouette statue commemorating the Lighthorseman from the region. Unique to Australia, a must see.
• Walk Trail through natural
bush near town where
you can see Eucalyptus
Kondinensis (blackbutt or
stocking tree) Wildflowers abound during
September and October.