The Narrogin Old Courthouse Museum in Narrogin is located in a charming historic building which was originally built as a government school in 1894. In 1905 it was converted into the local courthouse. It became the local branch of the Agricultural Bank between 1924 and 1945 but returned to its former use as a courthouse in 1970.

Check out the original magistrate's bench, prisoner's dock and witness stand as well as exhibits from Narrogin's doll and pottery factories, medical displays, early farming items and Aboriginal artefacts.

Designed by the prominent architect George Temple-Poole, the building is now a combined museum, visitor centre and craft shop.

Narrogin is a large wheat belt town which is a 2.5 hour drive south east of Perth.


  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shop / Gift Shop


  • Birdwatching
  • Walks
  • Family
  • History & Heritage


  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
Corner of Egerton and Earl Streets, Narrogin, 6312, Australia

Caters for people who have a wheelchair