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The Pioneer Way - Route 120



Wagin Motel
Address: 51 Tudhoe Street, Wagin, 6315 This centrally located, 3 star accommodation has its own in house restaurant, however if you fancy a pub meal and a cold beer, this accommodation is conveniently located next to the local Palace Hotel Wagin.
Phone     9861 1888     EmailWebsite

Caravan Park
Wagin Caravan Park Corner Arthur & Scaddon Streets Wagin WA Monday to Friday call the Shire office on Ph: 08 9861 1746, otherwise call the Park Manager on Mobile 0419 611 057 The caravan park also accommodates tents and RVs. It is cash only but you
Phone     0419 611 057    Website

Palace Hotel Wagin
Address: 45 - 49 Tudhoe Street, Wagin This 100 year old heritage hotel and bar in Wagin is right in the centre of town. It offers comfortable accommodation with shared bathroom facilities and includes a continental breakfast. The pub offers a publ
Phone     9861 1003     EmailWebsite


Pioneer Way Web Site
What to see and do in and around Wagin


Have you ever looked up and wondered what you were looking at - then this is for you.

Wagin Woolorama
First or second weekend of March is the Argricultural Show and the Wagin Woolorama. Address: Wagin Showgrounds Agricultural life will be show cased, entertainment will be provided and many interesting items on sale.
Phone     9861 1611    Website


Cresswells Cafe
Address: 65 Tudor Street, Wagin Cafe as well as a department store and emporium. Open Tuesday - Saturday. The coffee and staff are great too!
Phone     9861 2300     EmailWebsite

Visual Effects Coffee Shop
Address: 2 Trent Street, Wagin Open Monday to Saturday. A little gem on a side street that must be seen. A cozy and unique coffee shop that also frames art. The courtyard has beautiful bags and other items for sale.
Phone     0428 611 697    

Dom's Deli and Bakery
Street Address: 40 Tudhoe St, Wagin, WA, 6315 Open 7 days a week
Phone     9861 1530    Website

Palace Hotel Wagin
This pub is located right in the centre of town. It offers a public bar, a lounge bar, a restaurant and there is also dog friendly beer garden for those traveling with a canine friend.
Phone     9861 1003     EmailWebsite


Facebook - Lost Wagin
Well worth a visit if you are interested in Wagin's history or want to find out about your family's pioneers or share information about your pioneers who lived here

Wikipedia - Wagin
The name of the town is from Wagin Lake, a usually dry salt lake south of the town. The name is of Noongar origin, first recorded by a surveyor in 1869-72. It means "place of emus", or "site of the foot tracks from when the emu sat down"

Noongar Knowledge
The SW Aboriginal Land and Sea Council's web site covers culture, country, people, history, a glossary of terms, education and leadership. Highly recommended.The aim of the Kaartdijin website is to share the richness of our knowledge, culture and history
Phone     93587400     EmailWebsite

Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Wagin Cemetery


Historical Village
Wagin Historical Village, The Information Centre at the village is the gateway to possibly the best reconstruction of a Farming Community in the State.
Phone     9861 1232    Website


Australia's Golden Outback
Wagin Historical Village, The Great Ram Park, Stargazing. The Information Centre at the village is the gateway to possibly the best reconstruction of a Farming Community in the State.
Phone     9861 1232    Website

Useful Links

Mingor Photographs
A comprehensive gallery of photographs with links to other town photographic collections

The Pioneer Way Web Site
A comprehensive web site of what to do and see, where to stay and to eat, and other features in Wagin

Aussie Towns Web Site
Aussie Towns - Wagin

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