Local Attractions & Facilities

Things to do and Places to see in and around Narrogin.
AttractionsDetails
Dryandra Country Visitor CentreLocal tourist information and Gift Shop
http://www.dryandratourism.org.au/
Corner of Park & Fairwar Streets, Narrogin
Narrogin Regional LibraryOpen 10am-6pm
Fortune Street, Narrogin 6312
Ph: 98811751
Church SquareSpeciality shops built of rammed earth around old Baptist Church
Fortune Street, Narrogin
Gnarojin Park
Heritage theme park which meanders alongside Narrogin Creek and incorporates BBQ facilities, toilets and children’s playground
Corner of Kipling & Gordon Streets, Narrogin
Restoration GroupWorking and static displays of agriculture machinery and stationary engines
Ph: 98811814, 98811039 or 98824041
Open 3rd Sunday in the Month and by Appointment
Federal Street, Narrogin
http://www.narroginrestorationgroup.com.au/
Old CourthouseInformation, arts and crafts and museum exhibits
Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm, Sat 10:00am-12:00pm
Corner of Earl and Egerton Streets, Narrogin
Art Gallery
Located in the Town Hall complex the Art Gallery features displays of local and visiting artists’ work and the exhibitions change on a regular basis.
Open Tues-Fri 10am TO 4pm SAT 10am - 12pm
Federal Street, Narrogin
Butter Factory
Grand old building restored to its former glory. Although it is privately owned, detail of its architecture can be seen from the roadside
Federal Street, Narrogin
Railway DamNow a passive recreation area with pleasant walking trails, BBQ & Picnic facilities.
Mokine Road, off Great Southern Highway (South)
Memorial Park
The memorial was designed to resemble a Greek temple and was dedicated in 1923. The names of all those from the district who died in the two world wars are recorded within the pavilion.
Williams Road, Narrogin
Foxes LairWildflower paradise, many good walk trails and picnic areas at all times of the year.
Williams Road (Opposite the Caravan Park)
Yilliminning RockNative flora and fauna picnic and walk trails with great views of the surrounding countryside.
Approximately 18 kilometres east of Narrogin on Harrismith Road
Mackie ParkCentrally located along the main street, bench seating, toilets and parenting rooms.
Federal Street, Narrogin
Narrogin Nursery Café & GalleryIncorporates an art gallery, coffee shop and gift wares with commercial plant nursery.
Ph:98811971 Email: brown@treko.net.au
Open 7days a week
Federal Street, Narrogin
Dryandra WoodlandOne of the last woodlands in Western Australia-Picnics, walk trails, Barna Mia viewing enclosure, wildlife and native flora
Approximately 29 kilometres north west of Narrogin on the Narrogin-Wandering Road
Narrogin Leisure Centre
A modern facility incorporating a myriad sports, including an indoor and outdoor aquatic centre, indoor basketball and netball courts, a synthetic hockey turf, a gymnasium, squash courts and much more.
Clayton Road, Narrogin
Festivals, Shows and CarnivalsThroughout the year Narrogin plays host to various sporting, agriculture or cultural events providing a wonderful insight into the town’s lifestyle. For further information on these events and others in the region contact Narrogin and Districts’ Tourist Bureau, Located in the Old Courthouse Museum, Egerton Street, Narrogin
Narrogin Community GardenLot 1721 Hale Street Narrogin.
Contact No. - 0474 438 154
Website: gnarojincommunitygarden.webs.com
Downderry WinesDownderry Wines is situated at Lot 2 Graham Road (off Tarwonga Road) Dumberning via Narrogin.
Ph: 0427814903 & 0429814903
Website: http://www.downderrywines.com/