Marshall Rock is eight kilometres from the town of Bencubbin. Take a few sausages out with you to cook on the barbecues provided, and enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding district. The picnic area provides a lovely relaxed atmosphere with a wide variety of native flora and fauna.
Marshall Rock was discovered in 1836, and provides a 360 degree view of the surrounding countryside including; Lake McDermott, Bencubbin, Welbungin and Wiacubbing Hill.
Bencubbin is a three and a half hour drive north east of Perth, and is located in the centre of the Wheatbelt. Take time to appreciate the abundance of beautiful wildflowers and bird life in the area. The wildflower season runs from June to October.