Wongan Hills

Wongan Hills is a welcoming rural town just 2 hours (185 kms) north-east of Perth in Western Australia.

With a rich pioneering history, the region is strong in agriculture but equally has a strong focus
on tourism and offers a wide selection of things to see & do. A highlight is the range of
walk trails – to suit all fitness levels – which showcase over 1,000 species of wildflowers.

Put Wongan Hills on your “must visit” list.


Tracks & Trails

Attractions & Activities

History & Culture

3rd & 4th Nov 2023: Reynoldson Reserve Wildflower Festival

Where are the Wildflowers?

Astrotourism - stargazing & astrophotography

How to get here

Check out our map links above to find your bearings. Wongan Hills is located in the centre of Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region and covers an area of 3,368 square kms. There’s plenty of accommodation options available for travellers, ranging from the Wongan Hills Hotel & Motel, to the Wongan Hills Caravan Park, as well as some free options for self-contained RVs and campers for up to 48 hours.


Eat & Drink

Visitors Centre



The name Wongan Hills originates from the indigenous words Wongan Katta which translate to “Talking Hills”. It was called this because of the sound of the wind as it whispers through the hills northwest of the town.

These hills are the largest single area of natural vegetation remaining in the northern Wheatbelt. Take a look at our informative 12 minute YouTube video to find out more.