Kukerin is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, 308 kilometres (191 mi) south-east of Perth between Wagin and Lake Grace just off State Route 107. The town itself is small but services a considerable agricultural region in the eastern Shire of Dumbleyung. At the 2006 census, Kukerin had a population of 190. Kukerin is largely an agricultural town, with wheat and sheep farming being the main occupations. It functions as a service town for the surrounding agricultural area, and contains a general store, primary school, hotel, newsagency/post office and sports fields amongst other facilities.