Corrigin Farm Sheds

Farm Sheds Corrigin

Wheatbelt Steel have been building farm sheds for Corrigin and all across Western Australia for more than 40 years, providing Western Australian farmers and rural families with affordable and reliable steel farm sheds. With a team of in-house engineers, Wheatbelt Steel specialise in the design, fabrication and installation of all sorts of rural sheds.

Wheatbelt Steel offer a range of expertly designed and fabricated farm sheds for all of your rural needs. No matter if you’re growing crops, running livestock, or even running a part time hobby farm with your family, Wheatbelt Steel will make sure your needs are met, and assets protected.

Corrigin Western Australia

Corrigin is a farming community, town and shire in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, almost in the middle of the area between the points of Merredin, Northam, Newdegate and Wagin.

It is widely accepted that the word came from the language of the traditional owners of the land, the Wiilman Noongar people, but is unknown what it meant.

Before 1908 Corrigin’s only connection with the rest of the state was the railway track that ran to Merredin and it was difficult to get anyone to take up land near the rabbit proof fence.

Today Corrigin is a key agricultural centre and hub for the farming communities nearby, with a school, bank and shops, and and holds the world record of “the most dogs in a ute”.

The major agricultural industries in the Shire of Corrigin and surrounding communities are wheat and sheep farming, much like other broadacre farming shires in the wheatbelt due to the dry qualities of the region.

Corrigin sits in a semi arid climate region, with long hot summers recording temperatures well into the 30s for more than six months of the year, and cold, wetter winters, with an annual average rainfall on the townsite of just under 375mm a year.

Farm sheds serve a variety of purposes in Western Australia, with such a diverse and strong agricultural industry, and this means a wide range of available farm sheds need to be available for the state’s farmers to choose from and customise.

Wheatbelt Steel offer a range of farm sheds for all industries, including Workshops, Machinery Sheds, Hay Sheds, Fertiliser Sheds, Grain Sheds, Aircraft Hangars, Shearing Sheds Equestrian Sheds and more, to ensure that your needs are not just met, but exceeded.

These sheds can be customised with roller doors or sliding doors, windows, skylights or ventilation, insulation or open bays, mezzanine floors, offices and more.

Buying a shed can be a confusing time, as there is a lot of information to process – particularly if it is your first shed, or your first time purchasing a shed. The experts at Wheatbelt Steel have been providing quality farm sheds to Western Australians for more than 40 years, and are available to help answer any questions and guide you to the best decision for you and your farm when it comes to your new shed.

Quality Corrigin Farm Shed Solutions

100% Australian Owned

Farm sheds made right here in WA

In house engineering and design team

Over 40 years of shed building experience

Range of options and accessories

Assured™ Warranty Protection

Choice of standard steel or Colorbond colours

Hot dip galvanised as standard

Corrigin Field Days and Agricultural Shows

Field Days near Corrigin

Dowerin Machinery Field Days


August Annually

Dowerin Community Club
1 Memorial Ave
Dowerin, WA 6461

Newdegate Machinery Field Days


September Annually

Newdegate Recreation Precinct
1 Waddell Drive,
Newdegate, WA 6355

Wagin Woolorama


March Annually

Wagin Sports Oval
Ballagin Street
Wagin, WA 6315

Agricultural Shows near Corrigin

Corrigin Agricultural Show


September Annually

Corrigin  Oval
28 Larke Cres
Corrigin, WA 6375

Corrigin Local Government Information

Corrigin Local Council


Shire of Corrigin
PO Box 221
9 Lynch Street
Corrigin, WA 6375

(08) 9063 2203


Corrigin Regional Information

Agricultural Region: 
Wheatbelt Region

State Government:
Central Wheatbelt Electorate – Agricultural Region

Federal Government:
Division of O’Connor