The main attraction in Cunderdin would be the museum that is housed in the former No.3 Steam Pumping Station which is a large red brick building with a tall chimney.
The museum has a huge display of old farming equipment with great pieces showing the history of wheat harvesting plus the history of tractors.
The kids loved the museum's earthquake display which is in a small room that shakes, rattles and rolls for the price of a gold coin.
On the 14th October 1968 an earthquake struck 23km's west of Cunderdin and itmeasured 6.8 on the richter scale. Photographs of the earthquake are on display in the museum.
Good food, value for money, HOT coffee which is a rarity, dine-in or takeaway with a few different items on the menu you do not get at other cafes. Usually a good selection of cakes.
Owners are friendly, very restful atmosphere sitting outside in the sunshine. Maybe needs more prominent Highway signage but worth hunting down.
Open 7 days a week.
Favorite Dish: One for the blokes......Craigs special! Like a breakfast in a roll but cheaper.
Kokerbin Rock, south of Kellerberrin. Worth the drive as the view from the top is spectacular. Allow a couple of hours. Camping facilities are available but take insect repellant. Probably not a good idea to do it in Summer. May to October would be a good time.
As you can see from the main photo, you could drive onto the rock, but they are going to close the track so be prepared for a walk.