286 kilometres east of Perth


Narembeen is located between Wave Rock and Merredin and only 3 hours east of Perth in the Wheatbelt. The town is in an agricultural region, producing cereals and livestock; and has a vibrant agribusiness sector. Come and explore the history this town has to offer! Wander through the many reserves and trails; experience prolific wildflowers through August to December; indulge in the uniqueness we call Narembeen!

Narembeen Grain Discovery CentreThe Grain Discovery Centre tells the story of WA’s grain industry from the paddock to the plate. It features brilliant visual and interpretive displays, interactive televisions and touch screens. Located adjacent the roadhouse it is open daily from 9am -5pm.  For tours contact Narembeen CRC (08) 9064 7055

Step back in time as you explore the many Museums Narembeen has to offer including, St Pauls’s Museum, the History Museum, the History and Machinery Museum and the Spotters Post/War Museum.

Natural attractions are a feature of our wonderful country and Narembeen boasts many, including Hidden Hollow, Lake Walker, Wakeman Ski Lake, Roe Dam and Roe lookout.

As you travel on the Pathway to Wave Rock from Narembeen to Hyden, you will pass a quirky spectacle on the Mt Walker Road. More than 1000 odd shoes and boots hanging from a fence line. 

The collection of footwear stretches for more than 1km and finishes at an old pull-chain dunny (toilet).  The unusual and colourful display has been put together by local semi-retired farmers Ross and Helen Fidge, who after a trip to the US where they saw boots used for post tops, thought it would be an interesting idea with a quirky twist.

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Arts & Crafts

Narembeen Community Shed & Art Gallery
Narembeen Community Shed & Gallery

Art in Narembeen is well and truly alive! The Art Gallery, located in the Community Shed is an art lover’s delight.  Call in to see and array of arts and
crafts made by talented locals.

Address: 30 Churchill St,
Phone: 0429647492 or 9064 8049
Open: Monday to Saturday 9:30am – 12pm
Admission: Free


The Co-op Narembeen
25 Churchill Street
Phone: 0447 403 373

Opening Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 8am – 2pm, Wednesday & Friday 8am – 4pm.

Narembeen Recreation Centre
Currall Street
Phone: +61 8 9064 8373

Dinner: Friday’s 6pm to 7.30pm

Narembeen Hotel
2 Churchill Street
Phone: +61 8 9064 7272

Lunch: Monday – Sunday 12pm to 2pm
Monday – Thursday 6pm to 8.30pm, Friday to Saturday 6pm to 9pm, Sunday 6pm to 8.30pm

Narembeen Roadhouse
Corner Currall & Latham Streets
Phone: +61 8 9064 7315

Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday 6am -7.30pm, Kitchen closes 7.00pm


Narembeen Roadhouse
Corner Currall & Latham Streets
Phone: +61 8 9064 7315
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 6am – 7:30pm

Community Resource Centre 

Narembeen Community Resource Centre
2/19 Churchill Street
Phone: +61 8 9064 7055
Email: [email protected]






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Upcoming Events

  1. Merredin Peak Cultural Tour & Seed Education

    September 29 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
  2. Merredin-School Holiday Fun

    September 29 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 pm
  3. Merredin-Mad Hatters Tea Party

    October 1 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am