NARROGIN'S HERITAGE WALK TRAIL
The Narrogin Heritage Walk Trail is a fascinating 1,250m stroll through the town’s early settlement history. The circuit includes many of the historic buildings that tell the story of European settlement, and help tell the Stories of Us - of all those people who’ve made Narrogin their home through the years.
The trail is designed for one-way travel in a clockwise direction, and commences outside the visitor centre, on the corner of Park and Fairway Streets – although you can join it anywhere along the route. The trail is marked with black-on-silver triangles affixed to the footpath at regular intervals. These are particularly clear at turns and street crossings, while the walk trail’s interpretive panels also help define the way ahead. In most cases panels are visible from some distance away.
The Heritage Walk Trail showcases significant aspects of the cultural and built history of the town via a series of engaging and attractive interpretive panels.
Download the pdf guide to your device with the link below, or pop into the visitor centre and grab a printed version.
OLD COURTHOUSE MUSEUM
The Old Courthouse Museum displays an eclectic mix of historical memorabilia, photos, and locally produced objet d’art.
The Museum boasts a large and fascinating collection of pieces, which have undergone significant cataloguing.
Find the museum on the corner of Earl and Egerton Streets.
Phone: 9881 6758
In Narrogin town, this historic dam is a tranquil spot to chill out, take a walk, go bird watching, or see the local tortoises. An information bay describes the early history of the railway network, and the post-war European immigrants who have made a great contribution to the district. Two easy walk trails surround the dams. Cyclists and dogs on a leash are welcome. Best time: April to November,
There are picnic tables, gas barbecues and free RV camping.
GNAROJIN PARK HERITAGE PATHWAY
Gnarojin Park visitors can walk or ride the 1.5km heritage pathway.
100 black granite tiles depict events since Narrogin was settled in 1892.
Many of the tiles portray important historical events, and give an interesting overview of life in historical and modern day Narrogin.
The trail starts near Kipling and Gordon Streets, and follows along beside the creek to Herald Street.
Along the way find a playground, artwork, the Noongar Dreaming Site, and the new skate park.