Welcome To The Shire Of Narrogin
The Shire of Narrogin is a local government situated in the South West of Western Australia. It includes the localities of Highbury, Yilliminning, Boundain, Dumberning, Hillside, Minigin, Narrogin Valley and Nomans Lake.
The Shire of Narrogin was originally known as the Narrogin Road Board, from when it was established in 1892 until 1961. Its name then changed to the Shire of Narrogin with the introduction of new State Government legislation.
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Are you having a tough day and don’t want to talk to Mum or Dad? There is help out there!
Visit www.eheadspace.org.au for FREE Confidential online Youth Counselling Support from experienced Professionals.
KidSport will make it possible for Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances.
KidSport will allow eligible youth aged 5–18 years to apply for financial assistance towards club fees. The fees will go directly from the Wheatbelt South KidSport Administrator to the registered KidSport clubs participating in the project.
Find out more with the following links:
KIDSPORT Application Voucher
What is ewatch?
Ewatch is an email based system that keeps you connected to your local police and council so that you can help track down crime and be proactive in making your community safer. Join ewatch to receive regular email updates on local crime trends and statistics, safety initiatives, emerging issues and community building events.
Working together as a community helps to make your neighbourhood safe, secure and vibrant for all who share it. Community interaction is a shared responsibility that has proven positive effects on building a safer community, preventing crime and developing community spirit.
Ewatch is a free service provided through WA Police and Neighbourhood Watch and proudly supported by WALGA and Crime Stoppers WA.
To receive ewatch content you will need to SIGN UP and JOIN at http://ewatch.com.au/.
Photos From The Shire
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