The Shire of Narembeen covers an area of 3,812km (ABS, Census, 2011) and comprises of four localities:-
- Mt Arrowsmith
- Mt Walker
- South Kumminin
The town itself has a supermarket, post office, café, pharmacy, hardware, hotel, hairdresser, bank, newsagency, police station, voluntary emergency services, caravan park, motel, transport, engineering and agriculture related businesses, carpenter, panel beater and roadhouse.
The well recognised IRE Agricultural Worldwide is also located in the town.
There is mobile phone coverage with ADSL internet as well as the new NBN. For a more detailed look at our businesses click here.
Narembeen boasts great recreation facilities, including a Recreation Centre which was officially opened in April 2016. Narembeen thrives on sport. Active clubs within the district include football, hockey, cricket, netball, tennis and more. The Narembeen Aquatic Centre hosts swimming lessons, an Amateur Swimming Club and family recreation space. An 18 hole golf course is located near Wadderin Reserve and a ski lake east of the town site. For a full list of sporting groups click here.
The Shire has a range of community organisations, including but not limited to the Go Narembeen Progress Association, Lions Club, Community Shed, religious organisations and Historical Society.
The Narembeen Medical Centre has hosted a permanent GP for more than 15 years. It also hosts a visiting female GP, primary health services including a Child Health Nurse, Dietician, Diabetic Educator, Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist. The Medical Centre is supported by a Dentist and District Hospital which provides services in ante/post natal care, emergency, geriatric, medical-acute, medical-general, paediatrics and palliative care. It also hosts visiting primary health services including an occupational therapist, physiotherapist, counsellors and a podiatrist.
Narembeen District High School hosts students from K-10, it is a high performing rural school priding itself on ensuring every student reaches their potential. It has a long history of both academic and sporting success and continues to produce quality results in both national and state testing.
The school has a dedicated, professional and stable staff, who are committed to not only the school, but the community. The school is supported by a strong community and parent body, both the P & C Association and School Board are proactive in their involvement in the school. For more information on Narembeen District High School click here.