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Carnamah

Visitor Centre:
Carnamah Information Centre
The Old Police Station
Corner Macpherson and King Street
Phone: 08 9951 7000
General:
Carnamah is situated 307km north of Perth on the Midlands Road. From rich farming land, to the wealth of history to the abundance of flora and fauna, the Shire has something for everyone.
Attractions:
TOURIST PRECINCT
Located near the War Memorial is a Gazebo built by the local Lions Club with BBQ facilities, tables and chairs etc also in the same area are public toilets, playground, Information Map, the Grain Man Statue, gym equipment and town walk paths.
ATTRACTIONS
Macpherson Homestead, Historical Museum, Tractor Museum, Grain Man, Lakes Lookout, Painted Road Murals, Historical Buildings, St Andrews (Monsignor Hawes) Catholic Church,War Memorial, Lake Indoon, Street Plaques and Historical Photos.
TOWN AMENITIES
Police Station, Westpac Bank, Commonwealth & Bankwest Agencies, public phone booth, tyre repair service, two mechanical services, newsagency-drapery-lotto, supermarket & liquor store, roadhouse – fuel & dining, post office-gift store, bowling club-Friday night meals, vehicle towing service, hardware, three stock agents, Carnamah Hotel, Carnamah Caravan Park, recreational facilities, Carnamah Engineering & Fabrication.
Tractor Museum
Hal Walton’s Tractor Museum has a very interesting display of Chamberlain and John Deere tractors that have been restored. Contact Lindsay on 0428 306 969.
CBH Grain Handling Facility
These facilities are where farmers deliver their grain to be stored until they sell it.
CBH Site was recently upgraded to be a strategic regional receival point.
- Record volume delivered to the site for a single harvest was 329,685 in 2011 harvest.
- Record volume delivered to the site in a single day was 9347.18t on 2 December 2011.
Macpherson Homestead
The large stone homestead was built by the Macpherson family in the 1860s; it was a popular resting place for travellers until 1894 when the Midland Railway was Completed.
It is now restored as a historic house. & can be accessed through the Museum.
Carnamah Historical Society & Museum
The extended Carnamah Museum reopened in 2012 and contains a diverse collection of objects and photographs from Carnamah’s past - from farm machinery through to household items. To visit the Macpherson Homestead or Carnamah Museum, please call George on 08 9951 1690 or Jill on 08 9951 1575. Recently the winner of multiple state and national awards, the historical society can also be visited online at www.carnamah.com.au