Drive the Pioneers’ Pathway from Merredin or Toodyay along the track prospectors took to the Goldfields
Goomalling offers the best of both worlds - a picturesque rural lifestyle close to Perth and a diverse range of services and activities including modern sporting and recreational facilities where visitors are welcomed.
The Wheat Domes
Dominating the landscape, the twin wheat storage domes, affectionately known by the locals as “The Dolly Twins” are an innovative engineering feat built in 1994 - the only one of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
The Slater Homestead, an historic icon on the Dowerin entry to town, personifies the heritage of Goomalling. Developing from a pastoral retreat in the 1850s to a wayside inn during the goldrush days of the 1800s, it is a fine example of early Australian architecture. The 20th century saw the property evolve into an agricultural enterprise and it is currently being restored for hospitality tourism.
The Old Schoolhouse Museum
Revisit childhood days gone by in the refurbished schoolhouse near the Lion’s Park.
Dine and Dream
Experience warm country hospitality at a range of establishments - cafe, fast food outlets or counter meals. Accommodation includes a Spa Retreat with fine dining, Boarding House, Hotel and Caravan Park with new motel-style units.
For further Information Contact:
The Shire of Goomalling:
phone (08) 9629 1101
phone (08) 9629 1570