Kulin is a sheep and cereal grain farming district located 285km south-east of Perth. Kulin has a population of 346.
This is a typical wheat belt town. The attractions are the displays around the town and the natural flora and fauna. The Wildflower display occurs each year in September and October, the flowers lace the road into the town.
Kulin is a sheep and cereal grain farming district located 285km south-east of Perth. Kulin has a population of 346. more
The Kulin Resource Centre incorporates the Telecentre, Library and Health Centre in a modern, spacious building located next to the Shire of Kulin and providing easy access to the general public from Johnston Street. The Centre offers extensive list of services to the community including Centrelink, Medicare and general office facilities. more
The Tin Horse Highway in Kulin is a sight to be seen As October looms, one by one, new tin horses appear in the pasture and stubble paddocks lining the road now known as the "Tin Horse Highway" on the way to the Jilakin Race Track. Horses are made from all sorts of materials, striking all manner of poses. more
Slide down the largest slide in Regional WA at 182 metres long and 18 metres high! more
Caters for family's and takeaway specials. more
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