95 minutes from Perth, is the small village of Wandering nestled in a scenic valley and is the gateway to Numbat Country, Dryandra Woodland. The Community Centre has a picnic area and BBQs. In the main street, near the historic Agricultural Hall (now the Community Resource Centre) is Len Zuk’s Sculpture of a pioneer and his horse, based on Wandering being founded the ‘The Horses Came First’, a book which can also be viewed in the Community Resource Centre. Stop for lunch at the historic tavern for lunch or at the local CRC for coffee or a light snacks. Along Wogolin Gully, take a walk on the Lion’s heritage and nature trail from the Caravan Park which has recently had major upgrade with modern facilities. Wandering has the reputation for being the coldest town in WA so bring your winter woollies and start exploring or come for the annual Spring Fair or Autumn Graze long table luncheon. Enroute to Pumphrey’s Bridge and Dryandra, on the outskirts of town, is historic St Martin’s church and historic homestead ‘Grassdale’. Annual activities incude the Autumn Long Table Table Lunch and the Vintage Motor Cross Scramble. Spring time is aboud with wildflowers and yellow fields of dazzling canola crop as far as the eye can see.