Big Kangaroo in Wheat Crop

Wheatbelt Landscape

The Wheatbelt Region of South West Western Australia

wheat stalks
Wheat Crop

The Wheatbelt is an area of 154,862 square kilometres and is so named because of the wheat and sheep farming that’s common to this area. This part of Western Australia has reasonably mild weather compared to other parts of Australia, but its still subject to mass flooding and drought seasons.

In the Wheatbelt, water is a very scarce commodity during the hotter summer months. So George has always been interested in finding underground sources of fresh water, and has spent his entire life perfecting his Divining Method and developing his Divining Tool.

George Jakovich is “The Wheatbelt Water Diviner”!


Read more about the Wheatbelt HERE.

…and more info HERE!

wheatbelt farm crops
Wheatbelt Paddocks During Winter


Wheat Crop Stubble
Wheatbelt Paddocks During Summer.