The town of Dalwallinu is the administrative centre for the Shire and lies 254 kilometres north east of Perth on the Great Northern Highway.
Other townships in the Shire are Pithara located 12kms south of Dalwallinu, Kalannie located 53kms north east of Dalwallinu, Wubin located 21kms north of Dalwallinu and Buntine located 38 kms north of Dalwallinu.
The Shire Administration Office is Located at 58 Johnston Street, Dalwallinu and was erected in 1999 after relocating from next to the town hall (the old shire building no longer stands).
The Administration building accommodates the Council Chambers, Committee Room and Spare Rooms that are available for hire. Prices for these are available from the Shire on (08) 9661 0500.
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- Eating Out & Catering
- Grants & Funding Opportunities
- Health & Emergency
Dalwallinu is a town strategically location on National Highway 95 (Great Northern Highway) and has a thriving business community. From strong retail and tourism sectors to mining and agricultural support industries, Dalwallinu offers all of the essential services for those in and outside of our community.
A majority of products manufactured within the Shire are delivered nationwide such as tanks, concrete pillars, clothing, and many other products.
Dalwallinu is a small wheatbelt support centre approx 250 kilometers north of Perth. The main townsite, Dalwallinu, is right in the heart of wildflower country and is the first town of The Wildflower Way, a world famous tourist route which stretches north to Mullewa.
Prime season for wildflowers is between July and October and each year thousands of wildflower enthusiasts and nature
lovers make the journey to enjoy the rare and beautiful sight of flowers literally carpeting the countryside.
Western Australia supports approx 10,000 different wildflower varieties, many of which are unique to the state and approx 2,000 haven't been named.