Our progressive and thriving community is located in the Wheatbelt South region of Western Australia. The greater township of Narrogin is set in the Narrogin Valley on the traditional land of the Noongar people of the Gnaala Karla Booja region. 

Whether you're interested in outdoor activities like hiking and mountain biking, eco-tourism, or exploring local attractions and history, the Narrogin & Dryandra Visitor Centre is your go-to resource. Our friendly staff are here to provide information on trails, events, accommodations, and more.

Inside, you'll find an interpretative space filled with information about the region's history, plants, and wildlife, as well as free brochures and maps to help you navigate your adventures. Be sure to check out our exhibit on Narrogin's railway history, including a diorama of the town in 1960 when it was a major railway center.

In our retail area, you can pick up local souvenirs, get information on wildflowers, and take advantage of amenities like free WiFi and photocopying services. Whether you're planning your itinerary or just taking a break, our center is here to make your visit to Narrogin memorable.