Our latest RV Friendly Town is Corrigin, WA!
Corrigin is an agricultural town built on golden grain and sheep farms. Once known as ‘A Town of Windmills’ due to the abundant supply of underground water, today the town is a buzzing hub for grain production. Only 235km south-east of Perth on the Brookton Highway, Corrigin is a friendly farming community situated in the Central Wheatbelt.
If you happen to be passing through town, make the most of the 48hr stopover at the Walton Street Parking Bay. There is no cost to stay at this short-term parking bay, and vehicles must be self-contained. Pets are permitted on leads, and toilets are available for use. A dump point is available at the parking bay, while potable water needs to be accessed at O’Shea Place (Corrigin Recreational & Events Centre).
Even with its warm and welcoming community, Corrigin is also lucky enough to begin and end each day with breath-taking displays in the sky and ever-changing landscapes. The town’s eateries offer delicious meals and coffee, as well as delicious treats to tempt your sweet tooth. There is much to explore around the local area including the Corrigin Wildflower drive, various scenic lookouts and Gorge Rock.
Page Last Updated: Tuesday, 27 July 2021 3:08 PM, Session: Public