If you are looking for a place to stay a night or two after leaving Perth or one last stop before you arrive there then make sure you visit the friendly town of Morawa 4 hours north of Perth & from Geraldton, Morawa is east south east approximately 180km.
From the coastal town of Dongara, we are 114 kms east and the Shire is bordered by the Shire of Mullewa to the North, Perenjori to the South, Mingenew and Three Springs to the West and Yalgoo to the East.
Morawa is a sheep and wheat farming town right in the heart of wildflower country in the Western Australian Wheat belt.
From August to October, the region puts on a stunning display of colourful wildflowers including orchids,grevillea, native foxgloves, acacias,carpets of everlastings and wreath flowers
Its a lovely relaxing place to be where you will find the locals only to happy to help you out .
we have an well stocked IGA - the Road house with the best fish & chips and a seat outside to eat or the park in town.
Morawa Post office - newsagents- chemist - - telecentre with internet access , swimming pool- movie theatre and more
Explore the old gaol, courthouse and windmill collection at the Morawa Museum.
Check out the rock formations at Bilya Rock, Koolanook Springs and War Rock.
Discover some interesting native plants and animals at the Koolanooka Mine Site.
Beyond the town of Morawa you can enjoy carpets of wildflowers in season,There are mines such as the Koolanooka mine to visit , and there is plenty to see within the Morawa town site. Our historic windmill collection is the only large, public display in the whole of Australia and the historic buildings scattered throughout town tell their own tales of the past . There are public art displays held and a bakery serving fresh delicious home made cooking ., not to mention a more than welcoming local community.
If you have seen the movie about the rabbit proof fence then you will enjoy seeing one on your way out to Rothsby mine site.
Morawa Tourist Information Centre is there with friendly people ready to help you with local knowledge , places to visit & an array of local craft to buy as souvenirs of your time in Morawa.
Morawa bowls Morawa Football
Cycling around Morawa
Morawa Pool is what has kept me sane here all this time along with cooking on the campfire . We have been out a few times while here . A guy from the other side of town invited us over for a bbq months ago which was nice & apart from a few week evenings and supporting the locals at a few events like the Morawa Speedway & Morawa Football etc we have been on our own .
I sometimes like to go to the pool so I can say hello to someone as much as have a swim so it will be nice to be on the road and have someone to have lunch or even a coffee with during the day .
It is a beautiful pool with diving board , BBQ area which we enjoyed using tonight ,as well as a childrens paddling pool !
Sandy & Jeff are doing a great job keeping the water looking clean at all times, We will miss them both when we leave Morawa soon.
Morawa Pool - for kids
Morawa Caravan Park
The caravan park is within an easy walk to everything you need and almost opposite the swimming pool which you will appreciate if you are here in the summer months.
The toilets and laundry are well maintained and there is a friendly relaxed atmosphere within the park
and it is very reasonably priced.
You can cook on the bbq provided or if early walk to the Roadhouse where they do a lovely meal of fish and chips , steak or hamburgers etc.Unfortunatly their coffee machine had broken down so you couldn't buy a decent coffee in Morawa.
If you wanted to open a business here there is an opening for a decent coffee shop and a real Morawa Bakery with freshly made bread cakes & pies .
If you are traveling and are avoiding the larger cities visit Morawa Pharmacy for your prescription needs and other bits and pieces.
It is just as you come into Morawa heading North and at the end of the shops heading to Perenjori on the right hand side.
If you live here or are just passing through why not take the time to visit Tammie at the local hairedressers.
Call to make an appointment on 0488126213
or call in between 9-3 Tuesday & Thursday.
Check ot the range of skin care for males and females make up , also mobile phone bags, natural australian insect repellant, gift wrapping paper etc for sale.
Morawa Speedway Association
Come and see the locals test their driving skills on the Speedway track.
Contact: Paul Burnett
Address: PO Box 133, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: C/- Telecentre 9971 1390
Morawa Agricultural college
Morawa is home to a great agricultural college which is in a lovely setting on the edge of the town.
There is an open day soon where everyone can go and have a look around the college.
Morawa Badminton Club
Play badminton with the ladies on a Tuesday morning or mixed badminton on Friday evenings.
President: Yvonne Thornton
Secretary: Mary Payne
Treasurer: Mary Payne
Captains: Geoff Baines/Mary Payne
Address: PO Box 72, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9971 6048 (Secretary)
Fax: 9971 6028 (Secretary)
Morawa Bowling Club
Men’s and ladies bowling competition.
President: Lindsay Chappel
Secretary: Johnette Sasse
Treasurer: Joy Carslake
Address: C/- PO Box 36, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9971 5011 (President)
Fax: 9971 5023
Morawa Cricket Club
Junior and senior competition in region.
President: Tim McKenzie
Secretary: Russell Lawrence
Treasurer: Russell Lawrence
Morawa Darts Club - Ladies
President: Denice Cotteril
Secretary: Melissa McIntosh
Treasurer: Dixie Holt
Phone: C/- Telecentre 9971 1390 (Secretary)
Morawa Football Club
Winter sports throughout the region.
President: Ray Tynan
Secretary: Rachel Chalmers
Treasurer: Silvana From
Address: PO Box 92, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9972 3032 (President)
Fax: 9972 3032 (President)
Morawa Gliding Club
Come gliding or learn how to glide on Sunday afternoons.
Contacts: John Pulbrook, Dick Sasse, Wally Barnes, Garry Collins
Address: PO Box 276, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9971 1137, 9972 3022, 9972 2046, 9972 2026
Morawa Golf Club – Men’s and Ladies
Come and play golf on Thursdays with the ladies or on Sundays with the men. Scroungers golf is held on Saturdays. If you want you can even play Pennant Golf on Saturdays.
President: Peter Quartermaine
Treasurer: Jodie Baxter
Address: C/- PO Box 36, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9971 1121 (President)
Morawa Golf & Bowling Club
Had a hard day at work? Then why not drop in for a drink at the Club.
Contact: Club Manager
Address: Club Road, Morawa
Phone: 9971 1213
Fax: 9971 1213
Morawa Horse & Pony Club
Does your horse need some exercise? Then come down to the Sports Ground and join us.
Contact: Julie McKay
Address: PO Box 180, Three Springs WA 6519
Phone: 9971 5012
Morawa Netball Club
Senior and junior competition played within the region during winter.
President: Caitlyn Stokes
Secretary: Beth Stokes
Treasurer: Belinda Altschwager
Address: C/- PO Box 326, Morawa WA 6623
Phone: 9971 1420 (President)
Morawa Rifle Club
Shoots are held on Sundays.
President: John Cunningham
Secretary: Neil Malcolm
Treasurer: Neil Malcolm
Phone: 9971 7020
ross670daw 8 months ago
I use to live in Meekathurra a few years back, working at St. Barbara mines. I remember the beautiful outback scenery surrounding Morawa and of course up to Meeka. And from memory, I spent a weekend in that area in my days off, went to the speedway as a couple of mates were racing at the time.
Anyway, just dropped by to say Gday.
Very good hub.