Labelled 'heart of the Great Southern', Wagin is located 225 km south-east of Perth and is one of the largest towns in the Southern Wheatbelt region. Founded in the 1870s, the town is famous for its giant ram, Burt. Erected in the Wetlands Park in 1985, this 9-metre tall statue is a hit with visitors. Every March, around 30,000 people flock to the town for the annual Woolorama agricultural show.
Transwa coach services alight in the centre of town, conveniently located near some great country bakeries.
GS1 East Perth to Albany via Williams and Kojonup
GS2 East Perth to Albany, Gnowangerup and Katanning via Northam and Narrogin
GE1 East Perth to Esperance via Jerramungup/Dumbleyung