About Us

The Narrogin Motel is situated on Williams Road being the western main entrance to Narrogin, diagonally across from the Hospital.

Guests at the Narrogin Motel are within easy walking distance of the town centre and sporting / tourist attractions, with its well-appointed accommodation and amenities which are required by today’s busy travellers, providing a comfortable stay: home away from home.

Every room comprises of an en-suite, reverse cycle air conditioning, digital colour television, digital clock radio, mini refrigerator, toaster with tea/coffee making facilities and telephone.

We pride ourselves on quality rooms, clean, comfortable and very affordable, a room for every budget with staff who are friendly and always willing to help.

About Narrogin:

  • Narrogin is a large town in the Wheat belt region of Western Australia, 192 kilometres southeast of Perth on the Great Southern Highway between Pingelly and Wagin.
  • Population is approx. 5,500 people with the average age 39 years old. (Census 2016)
  • Extended catchment area for Narrogin has a population of around 11,000. (Census 2016)
  • There is 3x Primary Schools (1x catholic, 2 public) and 1x High school and 1x Agricultural College.
  • Local Recreation Centre managed by YMCA, home to some amazing facilities available for all sorts of sporting including outdoor volleyball court, indoor heated pool, gym, indoor basketball/ netball courts and outdoor hockey turf. Held the 2017 international Hockey game Australia Vs Britain and also holding the 2018 Hockey event.
  • Home to Olympic Gold medalist Bevan George (Kookaburras), Australian rules footballer Barry Cable and Australian Cricketers Brad Hogg and Shaun Marsh.
  • Australian writer and World War I veteran, Albert Facey Author ‘A Fortunate Life’ based around the Narrogin area (sold over 800,000 copies)
  • Best selling rural author Fiona Palmer attended school in Narrogin and has also included Narrogin in some of her books. (Heart of Gold & The Road Home)
  • More than 25 specialty shops and larger outlets including Coles, Target, 3 service stations and 2 hardware stores.
  • A skate park, local library and numerous parks / picnic areas.
  • Outdoor under cover gym near the Narrogin creek that runs through the middle of town.
  • Nature reserves such as Foxes Lair and Dryandra woodlands including Barna Mia animal reserve
  • Narrogin Town Hall, home to many events such as Kevin Bloody Wilson, Barry and Barbra
  • Museums: Old courthouse museum, restoration group and vintage machinery, Butter factory
  • Arts space Narrogin in the main street, showing local art and holding community events.
  • Downderry wines winery, who hold ‘picnic under the stars’ every festival. Won 1st in Best wheat belt wine for their Shiraz 2013
  • Narrogin Gliding club offers training course and/or flight experiences.
  • Local Farmers Market held every 2months at the local community garden.


If you would like to know more about the town, please visit the Shire of Narrogin website: http://www.narrogin.wa.gov.au/