Roe Tourism Association is a collaborative non-for-profit partnership between the Shires of Bruce Rock, Corrigin, Kondinin, Kulin, Lake Grace, Narembeen and Quairading. Roe Tourism Association works together with the community and local business to promote the 'Pathways to Wave Rock' Self-Drive Trail and the many extraordinary experiences which the region has to offer.
White Dam,Nature based walk trails through the original Bennett's track used by early settlers
White Cliffs, Unusual weathered granite, quartz and soft white kaolin cliffs. On private property Contact 0427 652 507 for access
Dragon Rock, Dingo Rock, DIckman Rock, Namma Rock.
Lake Grace, One of the largest inland salt lakes in WA is situated 10km west of the town.
Lake Bryde, Former 1922 town site with old hall, shop, sports ground and Anglican Church.
Lake Biddy, when full is a popular water sking and canoeing venue with bush camping.
Walk through old style wards to experience an early 20th century rural hospital. The only one in WA and one of three museums in Australia. Guided tours available
Located in Newdegate, open every Thursday
Exhibits from the 1920s. Contact the Varley Store 0n 08 9875 1200
Roe Tourism Association, in collaboration with a non-for-profit partnership between the Shires of Bruce Rock, Corrigin, Kondinin, Kulin, Lake Grace, Narembeen and Quairading produced a short movie click Pathways to Wave Rock to view.
Each year there are several significant events on the locals calendar, including the Newdegate Machinery Field Days which is the Shire's premier event of the Year, held the first Wednesday and Thursday of September each year. (Cancelled 2020)
The are also significant club event including the Lake King Kart Club Open Day held in July, the Lake Grace Horse and Pony Club Riding School Camp in April school holidays and Lake Grace Art Exhibitions.
An increasingly popular local event is the Lake Grace Visitors Centre Market Day held in October. Local's and businesses are encouraged to come along, hold a stall and have a great day out.