Narembeen Historical Museum

A town full of museums!

The best way to see this collection is by a guided walk around Narembeen. The collection sits over four sites, all within walking distance of the Narembeen Road District Board building, the main museum site. The collection at the main site includes sports memorabilia, an extensive set of local farm ledgers, and family history documents. The other four sites include the first Narembeen church and religious collection, a Returned Service League (RSL) collection and a farm machinery collection.


Latham Road
Narembeen WA 6369

Opening Hours

Open by request. Contact the Narembeen Historical Society via the number listed or call into the Narembeen Shire Council for further information.

Illustrated Bible.

This bible is part of the collection housed in Narembeen's first church. The church was deconsecrated and now holds items related to the Country Women's Association and also includes items from...

Commemorative crockery

In 1836 John Septimus Roe, Surveyor General explored around Emu Hill in what is now the Shire of Narembeen. During this expedition Roe explored large tracts of land inland from Perth. He went in...

Modesty is a must.

The Narembeen Bowls Club Inc. opened in 1958. All members were required to wear the traditional white uniform including the hat. To ensure modesty, all bowls players' skirts were measured and had to...

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