Drive along the Tin Horse Highway and check out the quirky collection of tin horses lining the road out to the Jilakin Race Track. In the lead up to the annual Kulin Bush Races, Kulin locals strategically place their tin horse masterpieces in the paddocks lining the 12 kilometre stretch of road. This is now known as ‘The Tin Horse Highway’.
The horses are made to reflect a diverse range of themes, with inventive use of materials. This eclectic exhibition is a one of a kind and a credit to the creative spirit of the local community of Kulin.
It is well worth visiting Kulin to check out these unique works of art, and share in the local enthusiasm and small town community spirit.
Kulin is a small farming town, just a three hour drive east of Perth.Visit Website
Outback, The Arts