Welcome to the Town of Narrogin

Narrogin is a progressive thriving rural community in the Wheatbelt South Region of Western Australia, only 192 km south east of Perth. It serves as a regional Wheatbelt hub boasting a high standard of infrastructure including rail, highway access, water supply, power and connection to the optical cable network. Its Regional Hospital is set to receive a major $55.9 million redevelopment as part of the $565 million Southern Inland Health Initiative and it’s pro-active Aged Care services include Narrogin Homecare, Karinya Cottage Homes and Opal Aged Care.

As a regional centre, the town has a fully equipped recreation complex with a heated indoor pool, well maintained sports grounds, a vast array of sporting clubs, an active regional library, heritage museum, three primary schools, a senior high school with a residential college, an agricultural college and TAFE college.  Its commercial hub includes two supermarkets, specialty shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Narrogin also benefits from a vibrant arts and cultural community with the Nexis Gallery Committee and ARtS Narrogin working closely to regularly bring outstanding exhibitions and events to town.

If you are thinking of relocating your business, starting a new one or if you are looking for that tree change and a wonderful place to live, why not come and visit us?

Our News Blog

  • View Community Cropping
    Community Cropping
    The Town of Narrogin and Shire of Narrogin are calling for Expressions of Interest for Sporting or Community Groups who may wish to lease the following locations for cropping purposes or farming pursuits to raise money for their group. Read More »
  • View Opening Sundays
    Opening Sundays
    Council have liaised with the YMCA and from the 10 January 2016 the full Centre will be open on Sundays until the 10 April 2016. Read More »
  • View Beach Volleyball Courts
    Beach Volleyball Courts
    Council, after deciding to close the outdoor pool, have resolved to utilise the area for other activities prior to any additional large scale redevelopment of the area is resolved and funded. Read More »

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