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Tin Horse Highway, Kulin

2WD inGolden Outback

(+4)
Gascoyne & Desert Country, Esperance & Fitzgerald Coast, Kalgoorlie & Goldfields, Wheatbelt & Wave Rock

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 15 km

The Tin Horse ‘Highway’ is a 15 kilometre stretch of sealed road in Western Australia’s wheatbelt which heads east from the town of Kulin out to the location of the Kulin Bush Races Track at Jilakin Rock. The road’s official name is the Kulin - Lake Grace Road.

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Trail Start

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The trail starts in the town of Kulin

Trail End

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The trail ends at the intersection of Kulin-Lake Grace Rd and Jilakin Rock Rd N

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The Tin Horse Highway is a laughing matter! The dusty paddocks surrounding Kulin have become a gallery of bright, quirky, community creations. What started as an authentic community marketing campaign to promote the annual Kulin Bush Races has become one of Western Australia’s most popular self-drives. The Tin Horse Highway provides a seriously entertaining drive and a fun alternative route to iconic Wave Rock.

Whilst the majority of tin horses are found on the Tin Horse Highway, you will also find many equally impressive and imaginative tin horses along other roads in the Kulin Shire and in Kulin town. All tin horses in the region contribute to the Tin Horse Highway story and reflect the vibrant, good humoured community that built them. There are currently over 70 tin horses displayed on the Tin Horse Highway, in the town site of Kulin and along other roads to Kulin. All year long new tin horses are created and can be found popping up in different locations in and around the town.

Allow extra time to stop and look at the 'art works' and take a few photos.

For more information on this unique event please visit www.kulinbushraces.com.au

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Time / Duration

Up to one hour

Length

15km

What To Pack

Group D (Drive trails) required.

Trail Start

The trail starts in the town of Kulin

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Trail End

The trail ends at the intersection of Kulin-Lake Grace Rd and Jilakin Rock Rd N

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Hazards & Warnings

Take care when stopping to have a close up look at the 'artworks' Never cross fences or open gates to get closer to art works

Facilities

Facilities are available in Kulin at the start of the trail
  • Cafe
  • Camping
  • Car Park
  • Dog Friendly
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Shop
  • Visitor Information Centre

Best time of year

Any time, the first weekend in October though is a particularly great time to come around as visitors can also experience the popular Kulin Bush Races then.

Fees

No fees apply

Trail Access

Self drive

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