The Tin Horse Highway near Kulin is a 15km open-air gallery that will amuse young and old and makes for a great road trip to Wave Rock.
Along the 15km stretch of road you’ll be entertained by an array of highly creative and amusing sculptures. The imaginative sculptures of horses and other farm life are real works of art. They’re all made from metal scraps and other bits and bobs found around the farms.
A local farmer started the Tin Horse Highway as a quirky way to promote the Kulin Bush Races. Fellow farmers took up the challenge to keep adding new and amusing sculptures to the growing gallery along the highway.
New sculptures are still added to the highway. So even if you’ve travelled along the Tin Horse Highway, you never know what you might find on your next visit.
The Tin Horse Trail is located around the town of Kulin in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region.
Tin Horse Highway follows the Kulin-Lake Grace Road towards Jilakin Rock. However, sculptures are also appearing around other parts of Kulin.
You can find a comprehensive Tin Horse Highway Map at the Kulin Visitor’s Centre.
If travelling to Wave Rock, it’s well worth the detour from the Brookton Highway near Corrigin to head to Kulin and follow the Tin Horse Tin
The Tin Horse Highway is free of charge.
Take care when travelling along the Tin Horse Highway. Although it’s a tourist attraction, it remains a public road. The road is frequented by large trucks and cars at high speed. Be especially mindful when you are slowing down or pulling over.