317 kilometres south east of Perth
Karlgarin has a population of less than 50 people and was first settled to support farming in the early 1920s. It derives its name from the Aboriginal name of a nearby hill and means ‘place of fire’. The town was first recorded by Surveyor General J S Roe in 1848 and was a soldier settlement site first gazetted in 1931.
Visitors enjoy the yesteryear style of the beautiful Catholic Church and the primary school. See a mosaic featuring the area’s flora and fauna. Scenic vistas can be seen at McCann, Buckley’s Breakaway and the Karlgarin Hills.
Kalgarin Country Club
Federal Street, Kalgarin WA 6358
Phone: +61 8 9889 5013
Open: Thursday & Friday. Dinner available