New Census Data Released!

The new Census figures for the Wheatbelt are available, click here to compare other towns in the Wheatbelt.

Waste Management Practices


In light of the allegations presented in a recent ABC Four Corners programme into waste management practices in NSW and QLD, the Southern Metropolitan Regional Council (SMRC) would like to reemphasize that recyclables collected in the yellow-topped bins processed by the SMRC are recovered to the fullest extent possible with 85% of recyclables recovered and made into new products.

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Honours Award for Cr Gina DeLuis


Cr DeLuis was on the honours list at the 2017 WA Local Government Convention held 2-4 August 2017 being awarded a “Long & Loyal Service Award” which recognises long and loyal service of a high degree to Local Government, the citation read as follows:-


Serving 12 years with the Shire of Narembeen, Cr Gina DeLuis is passionate about community and economic development and has been a dedicated representative and community volunteer since her election to Council in 2005.

Deputy President of the Shire since 2015, Gina was involved with the planning, development and construction of the Narembeen Recreation Centre, which, when completed in 2015, was the largest individual project ever undertaken by the Shire.

Gina was involved with the planning and re-development of the Narembeen Aquatic Centre, and was the instigator behind the re-invigoration of the Narembeen Local Emergency Management Committee.

Gina is also involved in numerous community organisations, including the Narembeen Community Resource Centre and the Narembeen Fencepost”



Latest from The Chief

Find out what’s happening at the Shire of Narembeen with the latest news from “The Chief”.

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Post Seeding Get Together

The Narembeen Community Resource Centre, Shire of Narembeen, Narembeen Club Inc. and Go Narembeen invited the community to come together to have a chat and listen to some guest speakers. The aim of this event was to ensure the community knows that there is a support network out there and socialise.

Shire President Rhonda Cole stressed the importance of checking in with your friends and having a cuppa and the need to shop local if we want Narembeen to stay the great place it is.

Bill Cowan spoke and had a fantastic message for the community “In Tough times, think about what you have achieved, that is what is important, keep your goals in mind and don’t sit on what’s happening now”

Brendon Nichols from Men’s Regional Health said” two important things to do in rough times 1) Look after yourself, 2) look after each other”..

65 people attended the Post Seeding Event, there was a wide range of farmers, business owners and community members so this gave everyone an opportunity to have a little fun and have a positive night out.

The evening was enjoyed by all who attended, and following the talks, a lovely meal of steak, sausages and salads was enjoyed.

A big thank you to the Hockey, Netball, Football and Golf Club for supplying the salads on the night, it was greatly appreciated and yet again showed how great this community is at supporting one another.

Disruption to Western Power Services


As part of Western Power’s 2017/18 Maintenance Program they will be making substantial investment in the Narembeen community, replacing 166 power poles and 400 kilometres of overhead powerlines.

Work will commence in July 2017 and continue through to June 2018.  This timing could change due to weather and/or other unforeseen circumstances.

There will be interruptions to power supplies. Western Power will be writing to advise those residents who will be affected by these power disruptions.

Should you require further information in relation to planned and unplanned outages we recommend you visit the Western Power website for the outage map which will provide current outages within the Shire of Narembeen and estimated restoration times.

The Shire of Narembeen and Western Power thanks you for your patience and understanding whilst these works are being undertaken to improve the electricity supply network.