Welcome to the Shire of Kondinin

Kondinin was first settled in 1909 and then surveyed in 1910 where it was selected as an area for

early pioneer farmers. At this time, the red fertile loam soils were highly sought after by the pioneers for growing crops. Today, Kondinin still plays a significant role in the state’s agricultural industry.

Interesting places to visit are the Kondinin Lake, John Septimus Roe Heritage Trail, Woorkakanin

Rock, enjoy a stroll through natural woodlands on the Kondinin Bush Walk or head out to

Yeerakine Rock for a picnic or to walk the trails through the beautiful bushland.