Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

At a Glance WHAT’SON Australia Day — 26 Jan


Ladies Long Lunch — 18 March SOCK Week — last week of June Narembeen Astrotourism Night Sky Adventures — 18 Nov 2023 Christmas Street Party — 16 Dec 2023 TOP ATTRACTIONS Wadderin Wildlife Sanctuary / Avoca Farm & Historical Machinery / Narembeen Grain Discovery Centre / Roe Lookout / Narembeen Lesser Hall Precinct and Draught Horse Sculpture WILDFLOWERS TO DISCOVER Flame Grevillia / Cowslip Orchid / Hibbertia / Dampiera lavandulacea / Caladenia Longicauda / Yellow Granite Donkey Orchid (Diuris hazeliae) NAREMBEENCOMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE 2/19 Churchill Street, Narembeen (08) 9064 7055 SHIRE OF NAREMBEEN 1 Longhurst Street, Narembeen (08) 9064 7308

Narembeen Public Hall

NAREMBEEN 286km east of Perth

Narembeen Sculptures Discover amazing metal sculptures around town including the Narembeen Hawk located at the Recreation Centre and the Narembeen Draught Horse located at the Lesser Hall Precinct. Roe Dam Approximately 45km east of Narembeen, a 20-million-gallon storage dam built in 1971. Picnic area and toilets are available. Roe Lookout Only 8km from Narembeen, this site is the first site of European contact in the Narembeen Shire. A scenic drive takes you to the peak of this granite formation with beautiful panoramic views of the district. Step Back in Time Visit one of the many historical museums in Narembeen including The Old Church, History Museum and Machinery Museum, History Centre and the Spotters Post. Information Centre andWalk Trail A 400ha nature conservation project managed by the local community, focused on the reintroduction of animals that are uncommon or locally extinct in the Wheatbelt. Be sure to check out the new Information Centre and Walk Trail! Narembeen’s Mile of Boots A quirky spectacle, located on the Mt Walker Road, more than 1000 odd shoes and boots hanging from a fence-line. The collection of footwear put together by local farmers stretches for more than 1km. WadderinWildlife Sanctuary,

L ocated between Wave Rock and the Great Eastern Highway, Narembeen is the perfect location to discover, explore and stay. Enjoy beautiful nature trails, a wildlife sanctuary, prolific wildflowers in spring, granite outcrops and the undisturbed beauty of this country town. Discover Narembeen’s top attractions... Hidden Hollow Approximately 30km from Narembeen, the perfect place for a picnic. A secluded granite outcrop that boasts a natural amphitheatre. For the more energetic – the vantage point from the summit offers spectacular views of the district. Walker Lake & Avoca FarmWalk Trails Located near the town site, the Walker Lake Trail is 1.8km and the Avoca Farm walk trail is 2.2km. Narembeen Lesser Hall Precinct This newly refurbished outdoor interpretation area is a great place for visitors and locals to learn about the value of Narembeen’s heritage and the way that social life developed in country towns of this era. Narembeen Grain Discovery Centre Located within Narembeen’s roadhouse is an interpretive centre focusing on grain growing in Western Australia. Learn more about farming in Narembeen as you wander through the exhibits. Open 9am to 5pm daily.

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