Yilliminning Rock Reserve & Picnic Area

Yilliminning Rock

A hot spot for its orchids, Yilliminning Rock is located 17 kilometres from Narrogin (head east on Herald Street towards Harrismith). It has a spectacular view! Enjoy a short hike up the 48 metre high rock for panoramic vistas of the farmlands below. The area boasts seasonal wildflowers and plenty of sightings of lizards and wildlife. A self-drive trail takes in the old Yilliminning town-site and Marramucking Well.

tourists on the rock     

Yilliminning Rock Picnic Area

There is a beautiful picnic area with free gas barbeque facilities - a perfect place to enjoy the quiet bushlands and scenery.

Picnic Facilities   

The George Brockway Tree

Located at Yilliminning Rock is a fine salmon gum named the George Brockway Tree, in honour of one of Western Australia’s most famous foresters. In recent times, George Brockway has become known as “the forgotten conservationist” because of his significant, but mostly unsung, contributions to the conservation of WA woodlands, and the promotion and propagation of our native trees.

Read more about the George Brockway Tree here.

More reading about George Brockway – extract from LANDSCOPE magazine Autumn 2021

The George Brockway Tree