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Places To See

Tammin Hydrology Model and AmphitheatreTammin Hydrology Model And Amphitheatre - Kadjininy Kep

Features a working model depicting a typical wheatbelt landscape showing how farming land is being lost to salinity – and some solutions.

(Outdoor entertainment centre)

Amphitheatre for outdoor concerts, theatre and seminars. Shady grassed area’s with BBQ facilities available for day trips or when passing through.

Charles Gardner Reserve

An area of 600 hectares of natural vegetation 14kms south of Tammin. It contains a wide variety of wildflowers and understorey, some of which are unique to the region.

Yorkrakine Rock

Situated 26kms north of Tammin is a solid granite outcrop 341m high and covering 160 hectares. A strip of native flora surrounds the outcrops which is one of the largest of its kind in WA. It is another important haven for native flora and fauna.

Hunts Well

Once used as a watering point for prospectors and others en route to the Goldfields.
One of many wells named by surveyor Hunt. Picnic tables on-site for travellers.

Latest News

  • Wheatbelt Science Trail

    The Wheatbelt Science Hub successfully applied for funding to develop the Wheatbelt Science Trail. This will be a virtual trail pulling together information on interesting sites across the region, into one user friendly locations. This is a project that we would like our Shire to be apart of!

    What's your favourite science site in the Shire of Tammin?  It could be a place you like or one you’re curious to know more about.

    Contribute your ideas so everyone can discover the wonder of our region!

    The draw for the Wheatbelt Business Network prize is now closed, but there is still same time to nominate a site, before 20th March.

    To nominate go to http://www.wheatbeltscience.org.au/trail.html

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  • Road Condition Report

    Shire of Tammin Road Condition Report as of 20/02/2017, 11:30AM.
    We are hoping all roads will be opened within the next week however this will depend on the water levels reducing and predicted further rain events.

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