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Morowa

Visitor Centre:
Morawa Visitor Centre
34 Winfield Street
Phone: 08 9971 1421
Fax: 08 9971 1421
Visitor website: www.morawa.wa.gov.au
General:
Settled in 1905 and declared a townsite in 1912. It is a town based on wheat and wool growing and the newly reopened Koolanooka Iron Ore Minesite, make sure you visit the new tourist viewing lookout and picnic facility.
Attractions:
The War Rock at the Pintharuka Dam and Aboriginal Gnamma Hole, Pintharuka Cemetery and ‘Wreath’ flower, Canna Townsite ‘old time store’ and wildflower trails.
Back in town the Old Police Station Museum, The Holy Cross Church and St David’s Church are a must see.
Wildflowers
Between August and October there is an abundance of wildflowers from everlastings to shrubs - bring your camera.
Koolanooka Springs
Situated 27kms east of the town, there is all the natural scrub and wildlife one could wish to see. BBQ and
toilet facilities.
Bilya Rock Reserve
5kms west of the Gutha turnoff. A trig point was erected at this spot in the late 1800s. The Gutha turnoff is 20kms north of town on the Wubin/Mullewa Road.
Canna
Located 43 kms north east of Morawa on the
Mullewa-Morawa road is the townsite of Canna. The old style General Store with the added attraction of a tree growing through the wall is an experience not to be missed. The Canna Store operated from 1929 to 2003, but these days is a farm merchandise business servicing the surrounding farmers. The proprietors have a wealth of knowledge on the local wildflowers and can direct you to a number of walking trails through the Canna Reserve and provide a local map of where the best wildflowers are located.