Mullewa is located approximately 100km east of Geraldton.
It was once a junction station for the Meekatharra Branch (and it's branches to Wiluna, Big Bell and Sandstone).
Mullewa once had Railway Refreshment Rooms, a Loco Depot
and a yard. Today the only traffic generated from Mullewa is grain from the local Co-operative Bulk Handling (CBH) grain bins.
The yard as a single run round loop which extends to the CBH facilities, the latter also use the truncated Pindar Branch for
approximately 1 km. Pindar is 30km east of Mullewa, and the rails still exist to the CBH facility there (although not at the loader).
The Pindar line is all that remains of the Meekatharra Branch and services are suspended on the line, but running a train
from Mullewa would be impossible as approximately 1 km of track as been lifted just east of Mullewa.
The Mullewa CBH facility as been nominated as a Strategic
Receival Point so may get upgraded in the future. There is also a possibility that the Mount Gibson Project will see Iron
Ore loaded near Mullewa from the Tallering Peak Iron Ore deposit.