The little town of Kulin is famous for it’s quirky Tin Horse Highway and today I went on a photographic mission to capture the tin horses for the 15 kilometre eastern stretch of the road. But before I show you the photos I must tell you about how friendly and welcoming Kulin is to travellers like myself.
There is a Council owned caravan park that has no, that’s right NO set price – you pay what you think it’s worth! There’s power, water, hot showers and toilets and all the sites are new concrete pads. Not only that but Kulin also has a 72 hour free stopover right in town that also has showers, toilets and a free barbeque. They really want us to spend some time in their town!
If you are looking for a coffee shop, try the Mitre 10 Hardware store! Great coffee and a small bakery there too!
Where is Kulin? Approximately 280 kms from Perth in wheat belt country.
You know there’s a sense of fun when this sign welcomes you to town!
Now let’s go for a drive down the Tin Horse Highway!
I hope you’ve enjoyed the drive down the Tin Horse Highway as much as I did!
January 22, 2016 at 7:45 pm
Just love your post. There’s nothing like our quirky towns.
January 22, 2016 at 7:48 pm
And we’re so lucky that that are scattered throughout the country and we stumble across them in our travels
January 22, 2016 at 8:02 pm
Oh yes, have you been to the letterbox town in Tassie?
January 22, 2016 at 8:05 pm
Heading to Tassie again for a few months later this year so I’m sure I’ll find it. Thanks for letting me know about it. 😉
February 3, 2016 at 11:56 am
Some great humour – expect it reflects and interesting and quirky community.