A project from the National Trust of WA
A self-guided drive trail between the Perth Hills and Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields. Go with the Flow. Follow the water to discover more about the audacious goldfields water supply scheme and Engineer CY O’Connor.
“Future generations, I am quite certain will think of us and bless us for our far seeing patriotism, and it will be said of us, as Isaiah said of old, ‘They made a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert”
Granite outcrops rise above the horizon in the Wheatbelt and Goldfields adding interest and diversity to the landscape for the traveller.
They also provide unique ecosystems for fauna and flora, acting as they do as isolated islands with a ‘sea’ of sand between them. Within their water-filled rockholes unique creatures can be found that have developed in isolation.
Along the length of the pipeline are many granite hills to explore and enjoy and visitor centres in the towns will have information about others in the near vicinity.
At the back of the golf course, towards the base of Kellerberrin Hill, is a large granite outcrop water catchment area, with stone walling ...
Located 30 km south of Kellerberrin is Kokerbin Rock which is reputed to be Australia’s third-largest monolith. An access road takes you almost ...
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