Shire Venues Indoor & Outdoor

The Shire of Narrogin encourages community and outdoor events. Approval is required from the Shire prior to your event occurring, to ensure that your participants can safely attend your event, and that it is held in accordance with relevant legislative requirements.

The following indoor venues are available for hire;

  • Town Hall Complex
  • Town Hall
  • Reception Centre
  • Mayor's Parlour

If you are considering holding an event, please ensure you have the appropriate approvals in place.

To book one of these venues please download and complete the Town Hall Booking form

Town Hall Booking Form

For not-for-profit community rates, please contact the Shire of Narrogin for a separate booking form, on (08) 9890 0900 or via email at

The following outdoor venues are available for use:

  • Memorial Park
  • Gnarojin Park
  • Mackie Park
  • Lions Park
  • Piazza (on Fortune Street)

To book a park or street venue please download and complete the Parks and Designated Venues Application

Parks & Designated Venues Application

All applicants for street appeals must complete a Street Appeal - Owner's Permission Form which must be signed by the business/premises owner prior to submitting their request with the Shire. 

 Street Appeal - Owner's Permission Form

There are Conditions of Use for all Shire facilities.


Bar facilities require a Permit or Liquor Licence, depending on the function or event. If alcohol is to be served at an event, a permit from the administration office is required if alcohol is to be had on Shire property. If alcohol is to be sold at an event or function, then a Permit from the Shire and an Occasional License from the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor will be required fourteen (14) days before your event.

To apply for permission to serve alcohol at a Shire of Narrogin venue, please download and complete the Permission to Serve Alcohol Form.

Permission to Serve Alcohol Form

Selling Food

The Piazza on Fortune Street is a great venue for setting up temporary stalls - ideal for cake stalls and other such fundraisers. If you book a Council venue and intend to sell food, you must lodge a "Food Stall Application" at least two (2) weeks prior to your event.

Food Stall Application

Indoor Venues
Town Hall Complex
Contact Shire of Narrogin
Location Cnr Federal & Fortune Street
Phone 9890 0900

The Town Hall Complex comprises separate venues: the Town Hall, Reception Centre, Supper Room and kitchen, and the Mayor's Parlour.

The Town Hall Complex has a large modern kitchen, equipped with two large ovens, a bain-marie, two-door commercial fridge, crockery and cutlery. Hirers are asked to supply cooking trays, pots, pans, serving plates and platters.

Capacity 600
Town Hall
Description The Town Hall has a seating capacity for 300 people. It has a full sized stage equipped with lighting, sound and change rooms.
Disability access

Wheelchair access to the Town Hall is from the ramp on Fortune Street.

Access to the toilets and the Supper Room is via the covered breezeway.

Disabled parking is available on Fortune Street.

Capacity 300 seated
Reception Centre
Description The Reception Centre is adjacent to NEXIS Gallery and has direct access to the kitchen and Supper Room. It comprises a small stage and reception area, PA system, overhead projector and pull down screen.
Disability access The Reception Centre does not have wheelchair access
Capacity 160 seated
Mayor's Parlour
Description The Mayor's Parlour offers users a private venue with balcony views over the Narrogin CBD. It comprises a kitchenette equipped with a fridge and servery. Crockery & cutlery is available from the kitchen. Hirers are asked to supply serving plates, platters and utensils.
Disability acccess The Mayor's Parlour is not wheelchair accessible.
Capacity 50


The ornate Town Hall, a fine example of Victorian ‘wedding cake’ architecture, is the grandest building in Narrogin and overlooks the busy corner of Federal and Fortune Streets. It was opened by the member for the district, the Hon G.S.F. Cowcher, on 18 December 1908, and has been the scene of a wide range of community events since the grand Municipal Ball held in honour of its opening.