Nungarin Heritage Machinery and Army Museum Nungarin was a depot for Australian army personnel from 1944 to 1960. Visit the Machinery and Army Museum for an insight into the past. It is located in an original army warehouse and shows off a rich collection of army equipment and pioneer artefacts.
The Mangowine Homestead, 14 kilometres north of the town, was a wayside stop on the way to the Goldfields for many travellers. It has been restored to its original condition and describes the life of the pioneers in the 1870’s in the district. The homestead also hosts an annual music event called Mangowine Concert.
Eaglestone Hill is a granite outcrop in the Nungarin Shire that is worth visiting. Don’t forget your camera the wildflowers in spring are breathtaking.
Hotel, guesthouse and caravan park accommodation is available. For more information, visit the Shire of Nungarin website.
Follow the bright skies and big horizons along the northern wheatbelt on a star-gazing, bird watching road trips that delivers all the history and charm of this laidback region. The Wheatbelt Way is a fun, 4 day trip from Perth that officially begins in Dowerin and spans 800 kilometres with 24 interpretive sites along the way.