Mukinbudin is the hub of a proud farming region set among some of Western Australia's most interesting landscape. Less than 300km north-east of Perth, the town's residents pride themselves on a strong community spirit and hospitality.
Football prowess also seems prominent in the region with the now-retired AFL football star premiership player Rowan Jones hailing from the area.
Wheat and sheep farming are Mukinbudin's primary industries but transport, stock, steel fabrication and tree nurseries are also a dominant feature of its economy. Mukinbudin's exceptional sport and recreation facilities are used by communities throughout the region.
To continue the development of a vibrant regional community, purchasers are required to build within 36 months from settlement.