Dumbleyung is located between Wagin and Lake Grace in Western Australia’s fertile Wheatbelt Region.
Known for its grain and livestock production, the town is a popular source of quality local produce including yabbies, emus, poultry and trout.
The town derives its name from nearby Dumbleyung Lake, the largest open lake in Western Australia’s southwest. The name Dumbleyung is thought to come from local Aboriginal word ‘Dambeling’ meaning large lake or sea.
Lake Dumbleyung received world recognition when Donald Campbell broke the world water speed record in 1964. Today the lake is a popular attraction for recreationists and bird watchers.
Each November the town hosts the annual Bluebird Festival, which attracts a large number of visitors to the region.
To continue the development of a vibrant rural community, purchasers are required to build their home within 36 months from settlement.
Regional Development Assistance Program (RDAP)
The Regional Development Assistance Program, also known as RDAP, helps Local Governments to address the high costs associated with residential, industrial and commercial land developments in regional WA. Through these partnerships, LandCorp, on behalf of the State Government, is helping to deliver the land needed to support regional growth and to build great communities.