Discover the Shire of Lake Grace
We have something for everyone! There are so many things to do in Lake Grace depending on what you prefer and nearly all of them are FREE! There are historical museums, cultural story trails, public art displays, beautiful salt lakes, unusual rock formations and wildflower walks to inspire any level of photographer. For the more adventurous there is the John Hollands Track which is only accessible to 4WDs.
There are many locations to enjoy the unique and extraordinary scenery of the Eastern Wheatbelt! Call in the see us at the Lake Grace Visitor Centre for more ideas!
Art and Culture
The vast wheatbelt landscape, history and natural environment has inspired many local artists. The Shire boasts many arts and crafts people often featuring in our own Regional Artspace and the progresses Lake Grace Artists Group contributes to many public artworks around the shire.
The Shire of Lake Grace has four museums proudly displaying our pioneer history. From old style hospitals, Station Houses, General Stores and machinery displays.
- Australian Inland Mission Hospital Museum
- Hainsworth Museum
- Lake King Tractor Museum
- Varley Museum
Listed in one of the top 34 biodiversity hotspots in the world natural attraction are abundant throughout the Shire. From spectacular granite outcrops, vast sparkling salt lakes, unique and beautiful flora and fauna and balsite white cliffs and dams.
Photo by Present Moment Photography
Walk Trails and Wildflowers
There are many different walk trails within the shire from wildflower discovery trails, heritage trails and public art trails.