Community & Places > Mullewa

Mullewa is located in Australia’s Coral Coast, just an hour’s drive from the coastal city of Geraldton and 464km north of Perth. Other localities in the Mullewa district include Tenindewa, Pindar, Tardun, Devils Creek, Wongoondy, Ambania, Nunierra and West Casuarinas.   

Nestled in the midst of wildflower country and steeped in history, the Mullewa region is predominately based upon agriculture, with a mining and pastoral contribution.

The strong bonds that exist within the Mullewa community make it a town of great pride, culture and history

Mullewa comes alive in winter and spring each year when carpets of wildflowers grace the town’s surrounds. Held in August of each year, the Mullewa Wildflower Show is a highlight on Mullewa’s calendar, attracting visitors from around the world to see a fantastic display of the Mid West’s wildflowers.

Not only are the wildflowers a major attraction, during the months of July to September, but Mullewa is also unusually rich in raw resources and places of interest all year round. The Indigenous culture and history, the architecture of John Hawes and the rural landscape are some of the reasons why Mullewa sees so many visitors to the town.

Mullewa Everlasting Cultural Trails are a total of 8 kilometres of winding pathways that allow you to explore the breathtaking hinterland or fascinating townscape of Mullewa, by selecting a Trail to wander at your leisure.

Other significant local events held each year include the Mullewa Muster & Rodeo which includes a Beaut Ute Competition and a Country Music Concert on the June long weekend each year, and the Mullewa Agricultural Show
with its Quick Shear Competition and famous sprint “The Mullewa Gift”.