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Dog Exercise Areas
Dogs on a leash are welcome in Narrogin.
If your pooch needs a free run, use these spots.
Be a responsible owner by keeping your dog under control and pick any poo.
SHIRE OF NARROGIN EVENTS CALENDAR
The Shire of Narrogin have an events calendar which is comprehens to date.
Regular events and happenings in Narrogin include theater and live music, sporting events, workshops and the Narrogin Farmer's market.
Check the calendar out by clicking the button below.
GNAROJIN COMMUNITY GARDEN
The Gnarojin Community Garden is a not-for-profit community group for Narrogin and the surrounding areas and anyone interested.
Check the Narrogin events calendar for the next farmers market.
narrogin regional leisure centre
The Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre has two superb pools: a large indoor heated pool with an observation bridge, kid’s waterfalls, and shallow pond.
There is a kiosk, a large state of the art gym, squash, basketball and netball courts and Narrogin’s nationally recognised international standard synthetic turf hockey pitch (home of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association).
Phone: 9881 2651.
narrogin gliding club
NARROGIN RACE AND PACE
Spread your wings and get a glimpse of Dryandra from the air.
The Narrogin Gliding Club have an Air Experience Flight on any weekend and most public holidays, weather permitting.
Make sure you book here. Mob: 0407 088 314
Narrogin Race and Pace is the first club in WA to incorporate both Thoroughbred and Harness Racing.
They attract a wide spread of visitors from across WA.
Expect a big crowd, comprising of visitors from Perth and the surrounding area.
Enjoy horse racing and pacing from September through to July each year. Visit the website for the fixtures
NArrogin AGRICULTURAL Show
The Narrogin Agricultural Show has a long history.
The Ag Show has all the fun of the fair coupled with a country show: side show alley, farm machinery, stalls, showbags, and equestrian shows run by the agricultural college students.
Normally held annually around October, COVID restrictions have come into play. Please check back closer to the time for updates.
What to know:
$5 entry for adults
$2 entry for 7 - 17 years
Children Under 6 years are free
Revheads falls on the 3rd weekend in November annually, and has attracted visitors from the likes of the founders of Crusty Demons to some of Australia’s premier burnout and show car heroes.
Now in its third decade Revheads has a large programme of comps to enter, and people attend from across Australia.
It’s a massive weekend, which just keeps growing.
Bring your earplugs! www.narroginrevheads.com.au.