Mullewa - everlasting cultural trails
The District of Mullewa comes alive in winter and spring each year when carpets of wildflowers grace the town’s surrounds.
Held at the end of August of each year, the Mullewa Wildflower Show is a highlight on Mullewa’s calendar, attracting visitors from around the world to see a fantastic display of the Mid West’s wildflowers. This year's dates are Friday 28th August to 31st August 2014 (4 days only)
Not only are the wildflowers a major attraction, during the months of July to September, but Mullewa is also unusually rich in raw resources and places of interest all year round. The Indigenous culture and history, the architecture of John Hawes and the rural landscape are some of the reasons why Mullewa sees so many visitors to the town and shire.
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Mullewa Everlasting Cultural Trails are a total of 8 kilometres of winding pathways that allow you to explore the breathtaking hinterland or fascinating townscape of Mullewa, by selecting a Trail to wander at your leisure.
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Wondering where to stay in and around Mullewa?
Whether you want station stay, hotel, self-contained chalet or caravan park, Mullewa has alternatives to suit everyone’s needs.
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Mullewa has a range of stunning year round historical attractions.
Visit the Tenindewa Pioneer Wells and stockyards, Butteraby Grave site or the De Grey Stock Route on the outskirts of town, or enjoy the famous architecture of Monsignor Hawes in town.
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The Mullewa Agricultural Show with its famous sprint, The Mullewa Gift, is just one of the annual events held in the town. Be there when the Gift participants cross the finish line, click here to find out when the main events are held in town >>