Alison Harris, President of the Shire of Cunderdin, tells us why it's a great place to work, live and play.
Nestled in WA’s Wheatbelt region just two hours east of Perth, Cunderdin is a small country town with a lot to offer.
Alison Harris, President of the Shire of Cunderdin, says that the Shire is very proactive in creating a community that is welcoming, by providing as much as possible to keep people in town.
Cunderdin boasts fantastic sporting facilities, including six tennis courts, bowling greens and a 50-metre swimming pool (one of only a handful left in the state).
Visitors can learn about Cunderdin’s history at the Museum, featuring a diverse range of memorabilia, photographs and curios, then stop in for lunch at Ettamogah Pub, an iconic landmark in the heart of town.
For those who love the outdoors, Bulgin Rock Reserve is a popular picnic spot, or take a walk to Cunderdin Hill Lookout for 360 degree views of the town and surrounding farmland.
The town’s name is derived from the local aboriginal language and translates to ‘the place of many flowers’ which rings true every Spring when the wildflowers are in bloom.
Stop in for a visit, there’s so much to see and do in Cunderdin.