Pioneer Challenge 2020

Monthly Newsletter – August 2020

Supported by Narrogin Motel

We Are Still OPEN! (COVID-19)

Narrogin Motel is still trading and will continue to provide you with comfortable accommodation to suit any traveler. We are still contactable via phone: (08) 9881 1660 or email:

Room rates are still the same, no increase has been applied.

Homestead Licensed Restaurant: Currently our restaurant is on restricted hours, serving from 6pm-7pm. As we can no longer deliver meals due to COVID-19, we offer pick up at the front office with meal orders made via phones provided in each room, Dial 9 to order. Last Updated 5/2/2021

Please follow all signs and any safety instructions given by our trained staff. Thank you and remember this is to keep us All safe, were in this together!

Easter Trading 2019

Christmas & New Years Trading Hours

Narrogin Annual Hockey Carnival


Narrogin Hockey Carnival

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th July 2018


Pet Emergency Kit

Protect your best friend in an emergency situation

An estimated 63% of households in Australia have at least one pet, one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world!

It is vital that you include your pets in your emergency plans.

Plan to leave early

·         Stay Informed! Evacuating with animals can take time, especially if you need to make multiple journeys with different animals.

·         Have your pet’s emergency kit and carrier ready to go. Make sure it includes a lead, medications and important documents.

Plan where you’ll go

·         Emergency services can’t help evacuate your pets or larger animals in emergency situations, and not all evacuation centres will accept them.

·         Your animals may need to go to different places – this could be with friends, family, boarding kennels or cattery’s.

·         Animals will require a constant source of water and food, shade and safe place to shelter.

        Have a Plan B

·         Plan for what will happen if its unsafe to return home.

·         Speak to neighbours or nearby friends about what you would like them to do if you’re not home (and offer them your support if they’re away)

·         Include the following phone numbers in your emergency plan

– Your veterinarian

– RSPCA WA or other local animal welfare agencies

– Help number for injured and trapped wildlife, ranger and animal rescue services

– Neighbours, family or friends who may be of assistance



Visit the DFES Pets and Animal Emergency Kit and Planning page


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If it walks on four legs or flies with wings. If it runs, crawls, slithers or swims, your pets should be part of your emergency plan.

We have joined forces with the RSPCA to outline the steps you need to consider when evacuating with your pets.

Christmas and New years Trading Hours 2017/18

Fri 22nd  December Regular office trading hours. Restaurant – Room Service Only

Sat 23rd  December-CLOSED

Sun 24th December-CLOSED

Mon 25th DecemberChristmas Day

Office will be open from 8am to approx. 4pm

Restaurant open for Christmas Lunch from 11:30am

Tues 26th DecemberCLOSEDBoxing Day

Wed 27th December -Will resume normal trading hours 7am – 9pm

Mon 1st JanuaryCLOSEDPublic Holiday

Please call after hour numbers for assistance.

Sorry for the inconvenience

PetTeet Park

PetTeet Park

1625 Qualen West Road Gilgering
PO Box 766
York W.A. 6302

Ph: (08) 9643 1003

About PetTeet Park:

We share a passion for rare and exotic animals and are trying to return breeds to their original sizes. Industry has long sought out the bigger animals to selectively breed up for a larger carcass which has lead to the decimation of the original characteristics of many breeds.

For example, Southdown sheep are now 2.5 times longer than the original breed through a selective breeding process over a few hundred years. The “Babydoll” Southdown is not a miniature, rather the original “olde English” Southdown sheep.

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Dryandra Country Visitor Centre


Open 7 days a week: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

 Saturday 10am-4pm      Sunday & public holidays 11am-3pm

Address: Fairway St, Narrogin WA 6312
Phone:(08) 9881 2064
Postal Address: PO Box 74 Narrogin 6312

Narrogin Hockey Carnival

Coming to Narrogin on the weekend of July 18th-20th is the annual hockey Carnival.

Keep an eye out in the Narrogin Observer for more information.

Our restaurant is open 6.00pm Fridays and Saturdays with last orders at 8.00pm. Bookings essential as we will be busy.