A great place to live and work



The town of Bruce Rock is a thriving Wheatbelt community with an approximate population of 700, and 1200 people making up the entire Shire. 

Established in 1913, Bruce Rock is a great place to work and raise a young family. The town is rich in history, family friendly activities, interesting sights and plenty of opportunities to forge strong connections.

Students at Bruce Rock District School.

Our facilities in Bruce Rock boast workshops exceeding 3000m2, employing  over 55 people in the local community and seeking to hire more as we continue to grow our business. We offer both residential and drive-in-drive-out (DIDO) options with a purpose built camp.

The grass really is greener on the other side!

  • Get outdoors – experience the great outdoors at Kokerbin Rock, the third largest monolith in Australia which dominates the landscape to the north-west of the town, the Kwolyin campsite for barbeques, camping and bush walks, and the greater Wheatbelt region.
  • Attractions – visit the community aquatic centre, explore the amphitheatre, enjoy a picnic at the sculpture park, and take in the Mosaic Walk created for the town’s Centenary in 2013.
  • Affordable property market – while the property market in Perth and other major cities offers smaller blocks with larger price tags, you can expect to settle down in Bruce Rock to open space without the hefty price tag.
  • Location Location Location – Stay connected digitally, and if you do need to head to the city, Perth is a scenic 245km drive away.
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