Narrogin, a two hour drive from Perth, is located in the heart of Western Australia's richest farming land. Narrogin is a great base to explore the region, with many attractions within a half hour drive from the town.
Dryandra Woodland, a picturesque 22 kilometre drive from Narrogin, is home to over 100 bird and 24 mammal species and provides an excellent opportunity to view some of Western Australia's native animals including possums, echidnas, woylies and kangaroos.
Narrogin town is well known for its attractive gardens and heritage buildings. Take a walk around the town and admire the picturesgue gardens, cultural parks and old style buildings. The Visitor Centre is located within the Old Courthouse and houses regional information, museum exhibits and locally produced arts and crafts.
To learn about country life, stay overnight at one of the local farmstays and experience daily life on a working farm. Hotels, Motels, Guesthouses, Bed and Breakfasts, Self-contained Accommodation, Farmstays and a Caravan Park are all available in Narrogin.