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Narrogin Heritage Walk Trail

  • 1-3 hours
  • 1.25 km

A fascinating and pleasant 1,25km stroll through the town’s early settlement history. The circuit includes many of the historic buildings that tell the story of European settlement and help tell the Stories of Us - of all those people who’ve made Narrogin their home through the years.

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Trail Start

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Dryandra Country Visitor Centre

Trail End

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AMP Building, Narrogin

A statement of faith in the future

From little things big things grow

Housing the workers who kept the wheels turning

The epic 1951 Australian Grand Prix

Save the last dance for me

The Post Office and Telephone Exchange

And the Observer who's seen it all

Free classical, or art-deco?

Built for both body and soul

A residence for many, and a refuge for some

The highest rate of enlistment in the Empire

Once again, a community commits to the cause

Extraordinary horsewoman, and midwife

A school that served many purposes

The Soldier's Memorial Institute and the School Master's House

From Syrian immigrant to businessman and benefactor

A place with more beer than water

From Road Board to Town and Shire, and on to unity

Unique origins, an home to many

Wedding cake or white elephant?

The shop with (nearly) nine lives

A landmark lucky to be still standing

A focal-point, in more ways than one

Greasing the wheels of early rural life

A gorgeous old queen, even without her "crown"
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The trail is inspired by Narrogin's honorary historian Maurie White's booklet "Timescape". It gives an acccount of a 1998 Townscape Project which revived community appreciation and enthusiasm for the value of Narrogin's heritage buildings, their contribution to the character of the streetscape and the local history that they represent. These early buildings stand as a monument to the times and people of another era. Maurie White wrote Timescape as a guide for a walk around the main streets of Narrogin. 

The Narrogin Heritage Walk Trail reactivates significant sections of the Heritage Walk described in Timescape. The entire project delivers 25 interpretive signs in anodized sketched aluminium on stlish pedestal posts installed as strategic points or nodes in the CBD, complete with trail directional markers and a trail head sign located outside the visitor centre. 

Dryandra Country Visitor Centre (Narrogin)

(08) 9881 2064

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Time / Duration

Time taken depends on how often you stop along the way.


1.25km loop

What To Pack

Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

Dryandra Country Visitor Centre

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Trail End

AMP Building, Narrogin

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Hazards & Warnings

Some sections of this trail are along busy roads. Please stay on the marked trail route- and keep children with you at all times.


  • Access without assistance for the Disabled
  • Bicycle Path
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • First Aid Equipment
  • Parking for Disabled
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Visitor Information Centre

Best time of year

September to April

Trail Access

Road or bus to Narrogin

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