Dalwallinu is located on the Great Northern Highway 254kms north east of Perth, Western Australia.
The district is famous for having the largest variety of wattles (acacias) found anywhere in the world. Within 100km of Dalwallinu there are 185 varieties. Dalwallinu is known as a "Place of Wheat, Wattles and Wildflowers", reflecting the broad-acre farming, variety of wattles and the start of the world famous Wildflower Way.
The Shire of Dalwallinu consists of five towns; Pithara to the south, Wubin and Buntine to the north, and Kalannie to the east, with Dalwallinu the Shire centre.
Seeding takes place in April-May, with harvest commencing in early October through to late December. The area produces mainly wheat and canola, with some lupins and oats grown.
Wildflower season commences in early August through to mid-September. Carpets of everlastings can be seen around the district, and in certain locations the beautiful and unique Wreath Leschenaultia can be found.