Weethalle is a small farming community in the Bland Shire and is situated 58 kilometres West of West Wyalong on the Mid Western Highway. Weethalle has a population of 284, which is increased by surrounding farm populations.
Weethalle boasts a number of attractions and the town is most famous for the Weethalle Whistlestop, which is an historic train station, first opened on the 8 January 1923. The station has been restored and now runs as a tea room and craft shop. Weethalle also has a museum that holds many antiques from the district and a display of local history.
There are a number of businesses in the town providing a variety of services and facilities ranging from agricultural needs to household necessities. The town has a bowling and golf club and a number of other great sporting facilities. Weethalle is a friendly town with much to offer those who live or visit there.
For more information please contact:
Bland Shire Visitor Information Centre
Phone: 6979 0272