The town of Narrogin is a great base for exploring the nearby Dryandra Woodland and the many attractions of the Western Australian Wheatbelt. Just over two hours’ drive from Perth, this modern commercial centre has a good selection of cafes, accommodation, farm stays, heritage buildings, art galleries and walking trails.
Dryandra Woodland is home to over 100 bird species, 24 mammal species and many varieties of wildflowers, all just a 22 kilometre drive from the town of Narrogin. It’s an excellent opportunity to view some of Western Australia's native animals in their natural habitat, including possums, echidnas, woylies and kangaroos.
Take a nocturnal guided tour at Barna Mia Animal Sanctuary for the chance to see endangered Western Australian animals, bilbies, wallabies, western barred bandicoots and woylies. Self-contained cottages or camping sites are also available. Bookings are essential. Contact the Dryandra Country Visitor Centre or the Department of Environment and Conservation for more details about Barna Mia and Dryandra Woodland.
Book into a farm stay and experience life on a working farm, or just relax and enjoy the peaceful Western Australian countryside. Narrogin accommodation options also include hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, self-contained accommodation, and caravan parks.
Narrogin and nearby Highbury also offer two 72-hour free RV camping areas for self-contained recreational vehicles. In Narrogin, located close to the visitor centre, a dump point cartridge, laundromat, and within walking distance of shops, eateries and rail heritage, it comfortably accommodates 10 vehicles at any one time. In Highbury it is opposite the tavern and local store.