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Attractions

There's something for everyone

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Corrigin Dog Cemetery

(5km West Town Centre, Brookton Highway)

Established in 1974 as a tribute to “Man’s Best Friend”, the cemetery is unique to Corrigin and is landmarked by a statue of a large dog.

 

Take time to read some of the headstones of beloved pets in their final resting place. Located approximately 5km west (Perth) of Corrigin Townsite.

Wildflower Drive

August - November

The months of Spring bring about a vast array of beautiful and unusual wildflowers, shrubs and trees to be found in the area. The beginning of the drive is located approximately 5km west (Perth) of Corrigin townsite, opposite the Corrigin Dog Cemetery.

 

The drive is a wide, graded gravel track roughly 4.1km long. Caravans can go on the track. Pull the car to the side and take a walk for a closer look. 

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Gorge Rock

(Approx 20km East Town Centre, Brookton Highway)

Located 20km east of town, Gorge Rock is a natural rock pool. Once the local swimming hole, before the Olympic pool was constructed in town, read about its past and enjoy a walk to the top for spectacular panoramic views of the Corrigin countryside. 

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Scenic Lookouts

Experience the perfect sunrise or sunset with panoramic views of the town and farmlands. Take a walk up Corrigin Rock, visit the ANZAC Memorial in town or drive out to the Scenic Lookout, after completing the Wildflower Drive. 

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Parks and Playgrounds

Take your pick from Adventure Playground, Miss B’s or Rotary Park and let the kids have some fun. Each park is a short walk from the center of town, with seating, BBQ’s and toilet facilities.

Pioneer Museum

Housing the history of our days gone by, the Pioneer Museum is a worthwhile visit while in Corrigin. View the collection of tools and restored farm machinery, including tractors in working order, see the blacksmiths shop, the one room school, the shearing shed, old district photographs, clothing and other pioneer memorabilia. The Pioneer Memorial Wall at the entrance to the Museum commemorates early settlers.

Sundays            2pm - 5pm

Wednesdays     1pm - 4pm

Other days by Arrangement:

Phone:              0427 920 737

                         0498 284 897

                         0400 015 768

 

Entry Fees

Adults: $5

Children - Free (accompanied by an Adult) 

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