Arts & Culture

Bruce Rock

Bruce Rock Federation Amphitheatre & Sculpture Park

Officially opened on October 2001, the Amphitheatre seats up to 1200 people. Designed and built by the local community, it is the host for many get-togethers and community events including the annual Vietnam Veterans Reunion and many other shows, concerts and community initiatives. The adjoining Sculpture Park has contributions of artwork form all around the region and is a unique place for a family picnic or a peaceful stroll around picturesque gardens.

Looking for somewhere different to have that special event you're planning? Ring the shire and ask about booking the Amphitheatre for your private function - you will be amazed at the price.

Corrigin

Mallee Tree Cafe & Gallery

Located in the town centre, this quaint little cafe offers tea & coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, lunches and special treats. It is also part of a business that uses mallee trees to make various arts & crafts which are displayed in the gallery.

Kondinin

Art Show & Twilight Markets

Early October – The Annual Kondinin Art Show draws artistic creations from all over WA and provides a great weekend getaway paired with a local Twilight Markets at the town’s Community Garden.

Kulin

Kulin Gallery & Studio

The Kulin Gallery and Studio is housed in the old Railway Station Building on the old Williams Kondinin Rd. The gallery and studio has aspiring artists who meet each Thursday from 10am - 5pm. We would welcome other enthusiasts to join us in hand building pottery, oil painting or other craft you are interested in.

Contact: Celia Carmody 08 9880 4042 or Sharon Barndon 08 9880 9078

Opening Times: Thursday 10.00am – 5.00pm – (please phone beforehand to check if the gallery is open on the day you plan to visit)

Location: Kulin Railway Station (near the railway line)

Lake Grace

The vast wheatbelt landscape, history and natural environment has inspired many local artists. The Shire boasts many arts and crafts people often featuring in our own Regional Artspace and the progresses Lake Grace Artists Group contributes to many public artworks around the shire.

Varley Rabbit Cemetery 

The small township of Varley is in the Lake Grace Shire. This memorial was erected by the local community in memory of all of the rabbits who lost thier lives at the Rabbit Proof Fence. The rabbit proof fence consists of three fences erected in 1902 to keep rabbits out of WA. The fence is the longest fence in the world, totalling a distance of 3,236.8 kms.

Lake Grace Regional Art Space

Drop into the Lake Grace Regional Artspace and immerse yourself in creativity with the current major exhibition or view quality regional art in the window box display. Admire and purchase orginal artworks for your family and friends from our artists gift shop. Have a chat with interesting local artists and members of the Lake Grace Artists Group each Tuesday or join in and learn some secrets with an art expereince workshop. Located on the Main Street in Lake Grace next to the Visitor Centre. Open Daily 10am - 4pm during exhibitions, to find out whats going on follow us on Facebook or visit our website!

Lake Grace Story Trail

Follow a rich collection of stories to discover the heritage of the local community. Plaques are displayed in the sidewalk on the main street in the town of Lake Grace. Call into the Visitors Centre for a map.

Pioneering Woman Mural

A mural inspired by the women pioneers of the district—from European settlement to present. Featuring 48 remarkable women from rural Western Australia. These are the women who built their communities and transformed local politics, who worked in the home and in the paddock, who spoke out and acted up. Stories and profiles are published from local author Michelle Slarke in her book Farsite, available for purchase through the Lake Grace Visitor Centre. The Mural is located on the main street in Lake Grace opposite the Visitor Centre and facing the war memorial.

Mosaic Garden Gallery

The mosaic garden gallery features 365 colourful mosaics that reflect the lives of past and present community members. Located next to the medical centre in Lake Grace up Memorial Drive.