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 including the first completed silo art project in NSW which was officially opened on 1 July 2017.
Located across open parkland on Railway Street, the Main street of Weethalle (along the Midwestern Highway) the silos provide the perfect canvas for the stunning large scale public art mural that was completed by renowned Melbourne based street artist Heesco. The mural is a tribute to the rich agricultural heritage of the small community of Weethalle and the surrounding Bland Shire communities.
The town is also 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