Wycheproof is a small town, when
heading west on Boort towards and beyond Birchip Wycheproof. Visitors
will find the town is a very friendly place and has some really nice
attributes to keep the visitor in town.
This incredibly difficult name
originates from an aboriginal word meaning 'grass on a hill',
referring to Mount Wycheproof, which is the smallest registered
mountain in the world, and standing at 148 metres (486 ft)? All
visitors are invited to climb this Mtn.
economy of Wycheproof is driven mainly by wheat. The town is unusual
in that even today the railway line runs in the centre of the main
Wycheproof Museum is located on the southern edge of the town. The
Museum gives a good insight into the past of the region.
Memorial Park where the War Memorial is very tastefully acknowledged,
there are the details of Bernard Bunty and his 146 uninterrupted
successful boomerang catches.
are two active hotels in Wycheproof. All old and classic Victorian.
churches in Wycheproof are a mix of the old
and the disappointing.
Wycheproof is an interesting town; the museum determines a few an
hours at a minimum should be considered.