Local Laws

‚ÄčThe Local Government Act 1995 enables Western Australian local governments to make local laws considered necessary for the good government of their districts. Laws can only be made when authorised by the Local Government Act 1995 (the Act) or other written laws, but cannot be inconsistent with any State or Federal law.

For a full list of local laws for Shire of Narrogin  -   click here.

Our current local laws can also be accessed by going directly to the The Local Laws Register on The Department of Local Government and Cultural Industries Website.

Please note - to see all current and repealed local laws, under the "Local Government" button, you may need to look at -

    • Narrogin Shire
    • Narrogin Shire (Pre-merger)
    • Narrogin Town (Pre-merger)

Australian Standards quoted in Local Laws

Australian Standards (AS) are sometimes quoted in local laws to provide the basis for industry standards for the matter it relates to.

As noted in the local laws, these may be inspected at the Shire of Narrogin Administration Centre, free of charge, during business hours.

Please note, these Standards are copyright to Standards Australia, and accordingly:

  • They are able to be discussed with the relevant employee in person or on the telephone; and
  • They can be inspected free of charge at the Administration Centre
    • If we don't hold a current copy of the relevant Standard, we will obtain it for you to view.

Because of copyright, we will not:

  • Email quotes of text taken from the Standard; and
  • Permit photocopying or photos to be taken on a mobile phone etc.

Should you need a copy of the Standard please contact Standards Australia www.standards.org.au  See their contacts page for an online enquiry form or telephone 1800 035 822 (free call) or 02 9237 6000 or post to GPO Box 476  Sydney  NSW  2001.