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The Pioneer Way - Route 120



LionsDryandra Woodland Village
22h Kms south of Cuballing the village includes the Gnaala Mia campgrounds and cottage accommodation.
Phone     9884 5231    Website

The Cuballing Tavern
A 7 roomed galvanised iron single storey structure was built in 1891 and renovated in 1912 when a second story was added.In 1989 extensive changes were made.The original brick built kitchen and laundry are still used today
Phone     9883 6032    Website


Things to do in Cuballing
The Shire of Cuballing provides a series of videos on activities you can do in Cuballing. Click on the We link. Also visit the machinery museum pictured

The Tree
The Tree,a substantial white gum is 4Km east a the road junction of Cuballing, Wickepin and Yealering roads where once mail and parcels were left and picked up and taken on by farmers and travelers

Dryandra Nocturnal Experience
Barna Mia is an animal sanctuary with a difference. Nestled in the heart of Dryandra Woodland, Barna Mia is a place to discover threatened native marsupials in a natural setting, and experience the wonders of the woodland. Tours Mar-Nov(MWFS) Dec-Feb (FS)
Phone     9881 9200    Website


Cuballing Tavern
Quaint single, double and family rooms at very affordable rates and good wholesome food with great prices open seven days a week. Quaint single, double and family rooms at very affordable rates and good wholesome food with great prices open seven days a we
Phone     9883 6032    


Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Cuballing Cemetery

Former Anglican Church
The former St Peters Anglican Church was erected on Campbell Street in 1911. It is no longer used as a church.

Developed in 1981
With an Aboriginal name relating to a pool near the town,it is one of the original stations on the Great Southern Railway. A thriving town in 1906 having shops, blacksmiths, churches, butchers banks,hall, post office and a hotel all apparently made of loca

Western Australian Bank
The former Western Australian Bank which later became the R&I Bank was built in 1900 in Aton Street. It is now a private residence

Original Post Office
The former office and staff quarters were built in 1912. it is now a private residence


Gull Cuballing Cuby Roadhouse
121 Ridley Street Cuballing open 6am- 6pm Monday to Saturday. The Cuballing post office is also run from the roadhouse.
Phone     9883 6026    

Useful Links

The Pioneer Way Web Site
A comprehensive web site of what to do and see, where to stay and to eat, and other features in Cuballing

Aussie Towns Web Site
Aussie Towns - Cuballing

Mingor Photographs
A comprehensive gallery of photographs with links to other town photographic collections

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