Kulin Farm Sheds

Farm Sheds Kulin

Wheatbelt Steel have been building farm sheds for Kulin 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.

Kulin Western Australia

Kulin is a small town in the Eastern Wheatbelt Region of Western Australia, located  on the edge of the Lake Kondidin Reserve and Kondidin Salt Marsh reserve, just north of Lake Grace.

In the early years, settlers occasionally encountered groups of the local Aboriginal groups hunting possums in the area, and it got its name from the indigenous name for a local watering hole or rock soak.

The Shire’s of Kulin land area of just under 5000 square kilometres forms a narrow east-west band, sandwiched between the Shire of Kondinin to the north and the Shire of Lake Grace to the south.

The shire hosts a number of popular events, including the Kulin Bush Races, and Blazing Swan, and the water slide at the Kulin Aquatic Centre is the largest in regional Western Australia.

Kulin has a warm semi-arid climate and it rarely rains in the shire’s limits, with an average rainfall of under 375mm in the average year, and much of this rainfall coming in the space of three or four months. It is not uncommon for multiple months to pass with no rainfall.

Despite this lack of rainfall, and salty lakes surrounding the shire and town, Kulin is a thriving agricultural district whose main activities are wheat and sheep farming, and there is also Wildflower viewing possible during September and October. 

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 Kulin 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

Kulin Field Days and Agricultural Shows

Field Days near Kulin

Balingup Small Farm Field Days


April Annually

Balingup Town Oval
40 Jayes Rd
Balingup, WA 6253

Newdegate Machinery Field Days


September Annually

Newdegate Recreation Precinct
1 Waddell Drive,
Newdegate, WA 6355

Agricultural Shows near Kulin

Narrogin Agricultural Show


October Annually

50 Clayton Road
Narrogin, WA 6312

Kulin Local Government Information

Kulin Local Council


38 Johnston Street
PO Box 125
Kulin, WA 6365

(08) 9880 1204


Kulin Regional Information

Agricultural Region: 
Wheatbelt Region

State Government:
Central Wheatbelt Electorate – Agricultural Region

Federal Government:
Division of O’Connor