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Visitor Centre:
Shire Office
Phone: 08 9046 7077
Visitor website:
Westonia Historic Townsite
Westonia has a unique charm,
nestled amongst 4,000ha of
woodland, interspersed with
granite outcrops with remnants
of early gold mining activity.
Town buildings have been
preserved and new buildings
in the main street have
been constructed in 1920’s
historic style.
Westonia Caravan Park
The caravan park is neat
and tidy with grassed area for
campers and powered sites for
vans. Clean serviced ablutions.
Woodlands & Wildflowers
Heritage Trail
The Woodlands and
Wildflowers Heritage Trail
(Near entrance to Caravan
Park) is a 4km walk through
the Westonia Common
woodland and back to town
past historic points of interest.
Elachbutting Rock
100 km north of Westonia
this huge monolith features a
natural rock wave similar to
Wave Rock, a narrow rock pass
and caverns, surrounded by
natural bush, well-maintained
gravel roads and a single unisex
toilet facility.
Baladjie Rock
Located on the Koorda-
Bullfinch Rd 42 kms NE of
Westonia this reserve is a scenic
and popular local picnic spot
with a granite rock, cave and
salt lake in close proximity. Sandford Rocks
11kms northeast of the town,
Sandford protects 806 hectares
of impressive granite outcrops,
pools, scrub and woodland and
has many diverse species of
flora and fauna.
St Lukes Anglican Church
Moved to Westonia in 1918,
this weatherboard church was
originally erected over 600kms
east of the town at Naretha.
St Lukes RV Friendly
Westonia has recently become
an RV friendly Town with a 72hr
campsite at St Lukes Church for
self-contained Vehicles, An RV
Dump point and an RV friendly
fresh water refill point.
Hood-Penn Museum
The Hood-Penn Museum is
the result of a donation of a large
historical collection from the
Hood-Penn family (previously
owned the Burracoppin Store).
The museum features a variety
of scenes showcasing early life
in the shire. Open weekdays
and weekends.