From planting to plate - discover how grain helped communities grow.

Adjacent to the Narembeen Roadhouse (entry through the Roadhouse) is a modern, interpretive centre focusing on grain growing in Western Australia.

Learn about farming in Narembeen as you wander through the centre. Browse the brilliant visual and interpretive displays as you discover some of the history and future of grain growing in Narembeen.

Exhibits include a 1950s farmhouse kitchen, a "humpy", a grain stack, an interactive CBH area with a weighbridge and hut, displays on the future of farming and a supermarket showing end products, like breakfast cereals and bread.

The centre also has an interactive agribusiness section, an export area detailing the journey of grain from farm paddock to overseas markets and displays on the future of farming.

Tours are available upon request.


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Lot 1, Currall Street, Narembeen, 6369, Australia